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Michael Rutty, a legal subject matter expert at Actiance with Fox News contributor Kevin Campbell, MD, talking at HIMSS17 in Orlando on Tuesday.

By Henry Powderly 05:20 pm February 21, 2017
New legal precedents mean physicians should be very smart about leveraging platforms like Twitter and Facebook.
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KMedfusion CEO Kimberly Labow

By Bill Siwicki 05:09 pm February 21, 2017
The deal brings patient self-scheduling technology to Medfusion’s product suite.
By Henry Powderly 01:31 pm February 21, 2017
Frost & Sullivan analysis shows that uncertainty in policy will make negotiations tougher as new technology advances.

Dale Nordenberg at HIMSS17

By Jessica Davis 01:09 pm February 21, 2017
Hospitals have recognized the need to fix flaws in connected devices but solutions will require a sustained effort.
Micky Tripathi at HIMSS17

Argonaut leader Micky Tripathi at HIMSS17 in Orlando on Tuesday.

By Mike Miliard 12:41 pm February 21, 2017
At the HL7 booth, interoperability guru Micky Tripathi touts progress made on public APIs.

Michael Hodgkins, MD, speaking in Orlando on Tuesday.

By Henry Powderly 12:38 pm February 21, 2017
Doctors have a simple wish list, and at the top is integration with their EHRs.
By Bernie Monegain 12:29 pm February 21, 2017
The new versions will provide pathways for providers who don’t need the full version of Epic.

The problems around prior authorization approval for physicians, patients, providers and payers and ways to resolve the delay issues were discussed at the conference in Orlando on Tuesday.

By Susan Morse 12:08 pm February 21, 2017
BCBS Louisiana rolling out a portal to provide immediate responses to authorization requests.

John Houston, UPMC vice president of security and privacy

By Jessica Davis 11:07 am February 21, 2017
At the Cybersecurity Forum, experts explained how a top-down approach can impact an organization’s security issues.

Former Utah Governor and Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt at HIMSS17 in Orlando on Tuesday.

By Tom Sullivan 11:03 am February 21, 2017
Congress and President Trump will pass a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act but it will not institute major changes immediately, the former HHS Secretary said.

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