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By Steve Reinecke 09:58 am June 15, 2015
Electronic health records are altering nearly every aspect of the caregiver-patient relationship -- not to mention changing caregivers' workflows with omnipresent tablets, handhelds, wall mounts and mobile carts. Today, nurses are on the front lines of this transformation.
By Lorren Pettit 11:22 am September 16, 2014
HIMSS Analytics' Lorren Pettit reflects on his work in the healthcare industry, and how it relates to the recent findings of the Annual HIMSS Leadership Survey from the last quarter century.
By Tom Sullivan 09:00 am December 11, 2013
It had to happen. Oct. 1, 2014 was going to be just too much for providers of all sizes and levels of IT savvy.
By Jeff Rowe 12:41 am February 14, 2011
Anthony Guerra makes a strong case that the next National Coordinator for Health IT be a healthcare CIO.
By Jeff Rowe 10:15 am April 07, 2010
As researchers gear up to focus on the issue of HIT security, a recent HIMSS study shows that the problem remains significant in hospitals.
By Jeff Rowe 08:42 am February 22, 2010
As discussion continues concerning the recently proposed Meaningful Use standards for HIT, it appears increasingly likely that federal policymakers will allow providers more flexibility when it comes to qualifying for incentives.

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