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By Stephen S. Hau 08:03 am October 03, 2014
We should be in the midst of the gilded age of healthcare IT. Yet, praise for healthcare IT systems is few and far between. Success stories are rare. What gives?
By John Halamka 03:38 pm October 02, 2014
On October 15, the Policy Committee and Standards Committee will meet to review the draft interoperability roadmap that will guide our work in the post-meaningful use era.
By David Lareau 09:11 am October 01, 2014
How can a physician's productivity and focus on the patient be maintained while using an EHR at the point of care, and why do many systems fall short on this?
By Joseph C. Kvedar 08:43 am October 01, 2014
Why is healthcare tech different than finding the MVP in the rapidly-changing, market-responsive world of mobile tech?
By Anthony Brino 08:13 am October 01, 2014
The problem is that too few providers have skin in the game, according to a new report, that shows payers moving faster than providers toward value-based payments.
By Carl Natale 11:16 am September 29, 2014
A cadre of proponents weighs in on all the reasons that Congress should not push ICD-10 back any longer. What's your perspective?
By Bird Blitch 09:20 am September 29, 2014
Hospitals and health systems can learn from businesses like Trader Joe's, Ikea and Target -- sustainable models that deliver quality and affordable products with an emphasis on exceptional customer service through many touch points, all of which is enabled through technology.
By Frank Pipolo 08:02 am September 26, 2014
Looking through past legal cases uncovers methods for reducing medical malpractice, including wrongful death instances.
By Carl Natale 08:08 am September 25, 2014
Tick tock. The industry has just about a year left to make the conversion.
By Bernie Monegain 11:17 am September 24, 2014
Sylvia Burwell and Farzad Mostashari, MD publicly discuss the progress made since President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law.

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