07:09 pm February 26, 2014
Robert Tagalicod, CMS Director of the Office of E-Health Standards and Services, recaps the substance of the ONC Town Hall at which he spoke during the HIMSS14 Annual Conference & Exhibition.
02:11 pm October 31, 2013
David Levin, MD, CMIO at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, discusses the challenges with meaningful use, data exchanges and the lack of "human factor" in health IT.
08:54 am July 11, 2013
Marc Probst, CIO of Intermountain Healthcare in Salt Lake City, Utah, discusses a partnership with Deloitte designed to provide clinical data insights to other organizations in the medical community.
09:39 am March 13, 2013
GOP strategist Karl Rove recalls a personal encounter with the power of healthcare IT. Mike Miliard asks Rove what role the government should play in reform, and whether the Bush administration could have infused $27B in stimulus funds.
11:12 am March 12, 2013
Achieving meaningful use is no easy feat for small providers, but Blue Mountain Hospital in Utah got it done. CFO Jeremy Lyman tells how, and shares his advice for other small providers.
11:05 am March 12, 2013
Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital was the third hospital in North Carolina to receive payments in return for demonstrating the meaningful use of health IT. CFO Don Trippel explains how the hospital reformed its finances through IT.
10:46 am March 12, 2013
What role does EHR certification play in the era of meaningful use? Alisa Ray, executive director and CEO of CCHIT, answers that and more in this interview from HIMSS13.
02:17 pm February 21, 2013
Lawrence Losey, MD, talks about his role as CMIO at Parkview Adventist Medical Center in Brunswick, Maine.
08:44 am January 17, 2013
Bill McQuaid, CIO of Parkview Adventist Medical Center in Brunswick, Maine, discusses Parkview's health IT accomplishments and preparations for meaningful use Stage 2 with Bernie Monegain, Editor of Healthcare IT News.
01:12 pm November 28, 2012
Barry Blumenfeld, MD, MS, CIO of MaineHealth and Maine Medical Center, discusses rollout of the Epic EMR, the slow adoption of voice recognition, and his relief over the recent presidential election for the state of healthcare IT.