By Regina Holliday 01:28 pm October 05, 2016
Recently, planners of an upcoming event asked me some questions and here are the answers: 1. How would you define the role/responsibilities of a “patient” advocate?
By Sue Schade 12:50 pm October 05, 2016
How can I not comment on the most watched Presidential debate ever? There were 84 million people watching the debate. It was up against Monday night football and in my temporary town, the Cleveland Indians were clinching the American Central championship.
By InterSystems 09:01 am October 03, 2016
By: Dr. Russell Leftwich, senior clinical advisor, interoperability, InterSystems Interoperability begins at home. 
By Sue Schade 10:09 am September 27, 2016
It's not all about work; she's passing on some fun tips to the new CIO.
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 09:48 am September 27, 2016
Commemorating National Health IT Week with some research numbers.
By John Halamka, MD 11:05 am September 23, 2016
John Halamka, MD, recently started a process that some may consider regressive. He began deleting his social media accounts to improve the signal-to-noise ratio in his life.
By Mike Restuccia 07:01 am September 23, 2016
Penn Medicine chief information officer Mike Restuccia highlights the trends and tools improving care delivery and celebrates health IT professionals for facilitating their use to engage patients. 
By Sue Schade 12:23 pm September 20, 2016
In the next few weeks, she will try to share  as much knowledge and insight as she can.
tipping point for connected care
By InterSystems 09:01 am September 19, 2016
Achieving interoperability across boundaries and connecting providers for collaboration is a long process. Here are a few examples of customers where our interoperability technology is improving care and outcomes.
By John Halamka, MD 01:20 pm September 16, 2016
"As I've said many times, one of the great challenges we have is that the 2015 Edition final rule has an enormous scope extending beyond meaningful use with the notion that it can be coupled to every government healthcare IT program," writes John Halamka, MD.  

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