By Anthony Brino 04:29 pm February 14, 2013
An HR and benefits software company is adding 100 jobs in Chicago, a sign of the demand in health benefits technologies. In Ohio, the Cleveland Clinic is joining the statewide HIE.
By Tom Sullivan 03:36 pm February 14, 2013
HIE, iEHR, open source, and health IT in 2023.
By Edmund Billings, MD 12:09 pm February 14, 2013
Anyone who understands the importance of continuity of care knows that health information exchange is essential. How are we supposed to cut waste and duplication from the healthcare system and truly focus on patient welfare if doctor B has no idea what tests doctor A conducted, or what the results were?
By Carl Natale 10:17 am February 14, 2013
Improving the clinical documentation will be a requirement of the ICD-10 transition. Does it really need to start now?
By Vikram Sukthankar 10:33 am February 13, 2013
Improving the quality, safety and efficiency of healthcare is a national priority. While clinical quality measures have been around for some time, they are now taking center stage through federal, state and commercial quality/pay for performance (P4P) initiatives.
By Lucy Streett 08:32 am February 13, 2013
A large percentage of the Americans that the Affordable Care Act aims to bring into the insurance pool access the Web primarily through their smartphones. For the ACA to achieve its potential, federal and state governments must reach those citizens where it's most convenient for the consumer.
By Anthony Brino 12:05 pm February 12, 2013
The states' Medicaid Management Information Systems are the first to achieve HIPAA compliance, and are also reaching providers via the cloud.
By John Halamka 08:41 am February 12, 2013
At BIDMC, we've already achieved 100% EHR adoption and 90% Meaningful Use attestation among our clinician community. Now that the foundation is laid, I believe our next body of work is to craft the technology and workflow solutions which will be hallmarks of the "post EHR" era.
By Joseph C. Kvedar 08:38 am February 12, 2013
We’re spending a lot of time at the Center for Connected Health (CCH) these days thinking about and experimenting with algorithms. It’s part of our general interest in micro-segmenting the population and creating unique, engaging health messaging for each individual that will keep them on the path to better health.
By Carl Natale 09:09 am February 11, 2013
Looking beyond the timelines, there are steps healthcare organizations can take now to make the most of the code set conversion.

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