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By Jeff Rowe 10:43 am January 09, 2013
Yesterday, we surveyed a survey of a number of health IT stakeholders to get a sense of some regrets for the last year and hopes for the next. Today, however, we hear more in-depth from Nick van Terheyden, MD, CMIO for Nuance Communications.
By Adam Bazer 10:37 am January 08, 2013
As the majority stakeholder in the healthcare partnership with his physician, HIMSS' Adam Bazer resolves to "bring a sense of accountability and mindfulness" to his own wellness.
By Jeff Rowe 09:04 am January 08, 2013
As a rule, we generally wait until the dust is settling on the holidays before we engage in any post-mortems for the year gone by or predictions for the year ahead.
By Christina Thielst 09:02 am January 08, 2013
t’s time for some New Year’s resolutions; and they have nothing to do with eating right, losing weight or exercising. Instead, they have everything to do with protecting against the organizational and financial stresses of data breaches.
By Carl Natale 01:19 pm January 07, 2013
I started this feature to highlight and celebrate efforts to make learning ICD-10 codes interesting.
By Helen Figge 08:12 am January 07, 2013
Another year has passed. Was it your year of career success? Did you finally get to your career goal in 2012? This is the time to reflect and strategize your career ideas and thoughts for the upcoming year.
By Jeff Rowe 08:28 am January 04, 2013
Given the rapidly expanding role of IT across the healthcare sector, it would seem safe to assume that medical schools have climbed aboard the bandwagon along with most other stakeholders.
By John Halamka 08:35 am January 03, 2013
It's the time of year that many writers reflect on the major events of the past 365 days. I'll let the journalists cover the impact of the election, the epidemic of senseless violence, and the scandals of infidelity. To me, there were 5 major healthcare IT events in 2012 that we need to recognize and celebrate.
By Brian Ahier 01:41 pm January 02, 2013
Members of the U.S. House of Representatives have voted by 257-167, with 172 Democratic votes and only 85 Republicans voting in favor, to approve the previously Senate-passed bill that will avert the so-called "fiscal cliff" of automatic tax increases and mandated spending cuts.
By Carl Natale 10:36 am January 02, 2013
We've established that I'm not very good at predicting how ICD-10 preparation will develop. But there are some things I will track in 2013 that could affect the state of ICD-10 preparedness.

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