Fred Bazzoli

By Fred Bazzoli 03:55 pm April 02, 2020
Some health systems foresee delayed implementation efforts because they lack the bandwidth right now to plan for them – but some technologies, particularly telehealth, are in high demand.

This heat map from Kinsa Health indicates a recent increase in fevers in Florida that preceded a rise in coronavirus cases.

By Fred Bazzoli 11:50 am March 26, 2020
Uploaded temperature readings from a million Kinsa Health devices are enabling the company to map atypical fevers, offering a potential warning of increases in virus infections.
By Fred Bazzoli 10:37 am March 25, 2020
A screen mounted to a mobile cart can enable physicians to assess patients at a safe distance – even when they're both in the same healthcare facility.
How EHR vendors are arming providers to handle COVID-19
By Fred Bazzoli 12:45 pm March 20, 2020
Healthcare IT News presents a look at the new capabilities popular EHR vendors are adding, along with helpful links to additional tech info and coronavirus resources.
COVID-19 challenges meeting Interoperability and Patient Access rule deadlines
By Fred Bazzoli 12:32 pm March 19, 2020
The coronavirus is stretching hospitals, and their IT departments, thin. And more regulations loom on the horizon.
By Fred Bazzoli 11:15 am March 17, 2020
Health plans will be responsible for data sharing and patient access in a way they're not used to. "A lot will have to go into meeting that deadline," one expert says.
By Fred Bazzoli 01:32 pm March 11, 2020
While Epic says it is reviewing the info-blocking and patient-access rules to see how they impact four specific areas, Cerner has voiced its "ardent support" to HHS.
By Fred Bazzoli 12:29 pm March 10, 2020
Industry groups including AHIP, MGMA and the AMA support the patient access aims of the final regs, but have qualms about third-party developers and the compliance burden for providers.
By Fred Bazzoli 12:00 am November 27, 2007
CHICAGO - Healthcare organizations are under the gun to increase efficiency and optimize investments in radiological systems, as price reductions for outpatient diagnostic services become the norm....

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