By Keith W. Boone 01:18 pm December 18, 2013
You've all probably heard by now that there's going to be a change to the Meaningful Use Stage 3 roll-out. So, what is in store?
By Carl Natale 02:44 pm December 16, 2013
This ICD-10 implementation thing might not be so bad. There are electronic health record systems that promise to assign ICD-10 codes. What's the problem?
By John Halamka 01:38 pm December 12, 2013
Our teams continue to work on Google Glass applications for Emergency Department workflow improvement.
By Tom Sullivan 02:00 pm December 11, 2013
It had to happen. Oct. 1, 2014 was going to be just too much for providers of all sizes and levels of IT savvy.
By Edmund Billings, MD 04:02 pm December 10, 2013
Let me concede from the outset that, in this blog post, I lean toward the negative: dire predictions, worst-case scenarios, a bit of doom and gloom, etc. But I ask you, oh gentle, patient reader, how could I not?
By Carl Natale 04:13 pm December 09, 2013
I admit it. I'm confused by Friday's announcement that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is considering extending the meaningful use Stage 2 period.
By Christina Thielst 01:59 pm December 09, 2013
Here we go again! As I've stated many times before, no pictures in the hospital and no posting them on social networking sites.
By Lori Evans Bernstein 03:55 pm December 06, 2013
A major challenge healthcare organizations face is choosing health information technology solutions that place clinical value, care coordination and patient outcomes first.
By Chad Johnson 01:39 pm December 06, 2013
I had the pleasure of meeting John Traeger in October at Corepoint Connect 13. John works with a number of hospitals and health systems in the Northwest to set up private HIEs and to connect to various forms of external HIE organizations.
By Joseph C. Kvedar 01:53 pm December 05, 2013
For some, the power of social connections is self-evident. But the impact of social connections goes much deeper than what is obvious on the surface.

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