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By Healthcare IT News 10:04 am July 01, 2011
Whether in a leading or supporting role, third-party firms specializing in a vendor's applications implement them more adeptly than the vendor itself for all but one vendor - often by a wide margin, according to a new KLAS study.
By Healthcare IT News 09:00 am May 20, 2011
Carestream Health has been awarded the U.S. government's DIN-PACS III (Digital Imaging Network/Picture Archiving and Communications System) contract.
By Molly Merrill 10:35 am November 16, 2010
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Indian Health Service (IHS) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to improve the health status of American Indian and Alaska Native veterans, officials announced Tuesday. The MOU includes improving care though the development of health information technology.
By Bernie Monegain 11:51 am September 17, 2010
The federal government will give the healthcare workforce $130.8 million in grants, Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced Friday. The awards include $50.5 million for state-of-the-art training equipment and technology, such as e-learning tools, video, audio and interactive learning systems and simulators.
By Bernie Monegain 03:43 pm August 09, 2010
Rural hospitals across the country will benefit from a new $400 million-per-year program, developed by the Federal Communications Commission, to provide affordable broadband in medically underserved communities.
By Bernie Monegain 09:52 am July 19, 2010
Rural hospitals across the country will benefit from a new $400 million-per-year program, developed by the Federal Communications Commission, to provide affordable broadband in medically underserved communities.
By Patty Enrado 10:42 am May 03, 2010
As the first state to meet all federal requirements for HIE strategic and operational planning, the New Mexico Health Information Collaborative (NMHIC), is expanding its network.
By Bernie Monegain 10:24 am March 18, 2010
Healthcare IT champions are applauding the broadband plan the government released Tuesday as a boon for health information technology.
By Bernie Monegain 02:29 pm February 24, 2010
Investments in community health centers that provide care for about 15 million people who are poor, underserved and uninsured have helped expand the services, according to new research. The funds sometimes also give technology a boost.

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