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By Anthony Brino 08:10 am December 15, 2014
A venerable health policy professional and leader of one of the field's most trusted research institutions is very skeptical of health reform's trajectory, and has some other ideas to try.
By Carl Natale 11:34 am December 11, 2014
More data than the current classification systems allows can give physicians better insights on how to treat patients.
By Carl Natale 08:52 am December 10, 2014
When ICD-10 opponents say there is no benefit for patient care, they're refusing to connect data to healthcare. It's not hard to see why.
By Keith W. Boone 09:08 am December 09, 2014
Whatever it is -- if it involves health IT, interoperability, or anything else -- the answer seems to be FHIR.
By Edmund Billings, MD 08:26 am December 09, 2014
Interoperability is the current health IT buzzword because it's the essential ingredient in creating a system that benefits patients, doctors and hospitals. Almost everyone in healthcare is pressing for it and is frustrated, though probably not surprised, that meaningful use did not get us there.
By Anthony Brino 04:33 pm December 05, 2014
The trend promises to free up physicians to spend more time with patients, and let both providers and payers track value.
By Diane Clifford 09:19 am December 05, 2014
There’s a lot going on at this year's Radiological Society of North America 100th Scientific Assembly this week in Chicago, but three topics in particular are resonating with radiologists.
By Carl Natale 08:01 am December 05, 2014
Things that providers can do today to keep their revenue cycle flowing after the compliance deadline
By John Halamka 03:53 pm December 04, 2014
Today, at the HL7 Policy Conference, Chuck Jaffe announced The Argonaut Project, an effort to accelerate Fast Health Interoperability Resources.
By Rick Shrader 09:09 am December 04, 2014
Organizations that can successfully leverage proprietary data, rather than publicly available algorithms, stand a greater chance of improving outcomes and reducing the occurrence of preventable readmissions.

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