08:51 am December 13, 2012
've spent the last couple of days at the ONC Annual Meeting. Yesterday morning was filled with a joint session between the Beacons and S&I Framework folk. The afternoon was an S&I Framework Round Table, followed by the ABBI Town Hall Meeting.
02:56 pm December 11, 2012
The national health IT coordinator had announced the winner of the Blue Button Mash-Up contest but “didn’t really understand it until I saw my parents’ information in the app.”
11:39 am December 11, 2012
Education is the cornerstone of advancing a career and recognized to be very important for individuals as an ongoing process for skill development, advancement and expertise.
09:50 am December 11, 2012
Yesterday, we pointed to a CDC study which revealed that while many providers intend to try to attest to Meaningful Use, many are still not prepared due to inadequate technology.
08:28 am December 11, 2012
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that social media is revolutionizing the way that healthcare communicates.
09:26 am December 10, 2012
Here are a couple examples to help you learn the ICD-10-PCS code set.
08:23 am December 10, 2012
Education is the cornerstone of advancing a career and recognized to be very important for individuals as an ongoing process for skill development, advancement and expertise. The HIMSS Annual Conference is a HIMSS event in support of the various educational initiatives being implemented in healthcare today.
08:54 am December 06, 2012
This Week in Government Health IT ... MU payments soar beyond $9 billion in November, mHealth momentum, overbearing legal system, tweaks to Stage 2, ICD-10 regulation myths demystified, and more.
08:42 am December 06, 2012
If it is one thing that the healthcare IT industry doesn’t lack, it is innovation – or it least innovation on the edges. A quick search on Google for health IT innovation challenges will serve you up over 23K hits.
09:01 am December 05, 2012
While many continue to doubt digital health’s long-term economic viability, it’s no longer possible to deny its potential. The market may remain partially untapped at the moment, but digital health’s presence is quickly becoming pervasive through a progressive tapping (and zooming, pinching, and clicking) all of its own.