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By Baskar Mohan 10:51 am September 15, 2014
Many of you know the story about e-Patient Dave, who started the movement called "Give me my damn data." But the real question is, how many organizations are actually doing it?
By Keith W. Boone 09:10 am September 15, 2014
One of the most amusing things (because if I didn't laugh I might cry) about the meaningful use program is the way that executives who have never paid anything more but lip service to standards are now reporting as experts on their effectiveness (or lack thereof) and the related causes.
By Sarah Greene 08:05 am September 15, 2014
This being NHIT Week, PCORI offers a glimpse of some of the projects it is working on.
By Carl Natale 02:15 pm September 11, 2014
Some of the codes that might seem funny are actually serious and represent real, tragic occurrences.
By John Halamka 09:05 am September 10, 2014
Thirty years since Steve Jobs introduced the first MacIntosh, we are on the cusp of a different kind of revolution: the consumerization of healthcare middleware that gathers data about your body/activity.
By John Halamka, MD 08:52 am September 10, 2014
Thanks to a donor committing significant funds for BIDMC to create an app for evaluating heart failure patients, BIDMC hopes to have a prototype by 2015.
By James Deck 08:06 am September 09, 2014
In this age of technology, the number of discarded electronics or "e-waste" we generate is growing at an alarming rate -- and hospitals and medical offices are no exception.
By Madelyn Kearns 08:03 am September 08, 2014
Setting the record straight on providers' reporting period and the subsequent timeline for attestation in two charts.
By Andrew Underhill 07:47 am September 08, 2014
When looking for ways to bolster patient engagement, healthcare providers may benefit from the work payers have done so far. Following are five lessons learned providers can use from payers to get patients involved.
By Mariza Hardin 08:07 am September 05, 2014
These strategies enable more effective member engagement that, in turn, improve satisfaction and outcome scores.

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