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By Keith W. Boone 07:05 pm October 19, 2015
Keith Boone has a theory: People will believe two systems are interoperable when they can observe that the systems work together in simple ways with little to no effort -- and in complex ways with some effort.
By Rick Kam 12:28 pm October 19, 2015
The days of James Bond and his world-saving exploits are over. In today's reality, nation-states and their criminal partners can disrupt commerce and defenses in the free world from the safety and comfort of their computer desks.
By Axel Wirth 02:57 pm October 12, 2015
(SPONSORED) If the prospect of hackers honing in on medical devices makes you uneasy, it should. Medical devices are being exploited as entry points for deeper attacks on systems within a healthcare organization.
By Brian Levy, MD 07:44 pm October 08, 2015
Actionable data is critical to advancing healthcare's Triple Aim: improving patient experience, population health and costs. Data accuracy for analytics and information sharing must exist to accomplish these goals.
By Sarah Corley, MD 01:31 pm October 08, 2015
With the advent of value-driven models, healthcare organizations are shifting to more holistic patient care model in order to achieve consistent quality and reduce costs.
By Scott Rea 06:27 pm October 07, 2015
Electronic Submission of Medical Documentation aims to eliminate the use of fax for prior-authorizations and audits. Four years later, more than 7,000 Medicare providers use esMD, possibly leading to lagging patient care or redundant, unneeded procedures being performed.
By Rick Kam 02:03 pm October 05, 2015
Most people navigate the World Wide Web via well-known search engines such as Google or Bing. Underneath the publicly accessible web, however, is the "Deep Web," the part of the web that is not indexed by common search engines.
By John Halamka 01:27 pm September 30, 2015
John Halamka, MD, reflects on the difference between confidence and competence.
By Brendan FitzGerald 11:35 am September 30, 2015
Telemedicine is a complex enough market that even a tiny uptick should be seen as encouraging.
By Validic 09:32 am September 29, 2015
(SPONSORED) With such massive, diverse member populations, payers have realized they can no longer rely on simply averaging data from their independent information systems to affect cost and quality of care. They need a more personalized approach to help their members.

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