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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.
By Stephen Burrows 08:28 am January 02, 2013
As I complete the first semester teaching in a new graduate program in healthcare information technology, I am reminded of the enormity and importance of the work that has been accomplished at my University to launch a master’s degree program in Healthcare Information Systems (HIS).
By Lisa Suennen 08:26 am January 02, 2013
Hello and Happy New Year everyone! I am finally putting pen to paper (finger pads to computer keys? whatever) to write about the previously promised second half of my Russian visit.
By Anthony Brino 06:18 pm December 31, 2012
Three Massachusetts community health centers assessed as part of an ACO readiness project are mostly good to go, but need to make some improvements in care coordination and IT use.
By Tom Sullivan 09:39 am December 31, 2012
We’re bidding Political Malpractice adieu while ramping up our coverage of the political wrangling around health reform in the year ahead. And there will be plenty.
By Jeff Rowe 08:44 am December 31, 2012
A recent report from the California HealthCare Foundation (CHCF) suggests that policymakers and stakeholders have a ways to go before those funds will be put to their best use.
By Christina Thielst 08:37 am December 31, 2012
The Federation of State Medical Boards has produced an overview of telemedicine licensure across the US.
By Carl Natale 09:45 am December 28, 2012
To avoid the problems encountered during the HIPAA 5010 transaction, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is developing a comprehensive end-to-end testing program for the ICD-10 transition.
By Brian Ahier 09:55 am December 27, 2012
At the recent Dell World conference I had the opportunity to try out a slew of new Windows 8 devices. I was struck by how many potential healthcare applications this new platform and the mobile devices it has spawned will be available.
By Brian Ahier 08:42 am December 27, 2012
At the recent Dell World conference I had the opportunity to try out a slew of new Windows 8 devices. I was struck by how many potential healthcare applications this new platform and the mobile devices it has spawned will be available.

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