By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 11, 2004
NASHVILLE, TN - A university-based research organization and a large consulting firm are collaborating on an effort to find ways to use healthcare information technology more effectively....
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 11, 2004
A national specialty organization plans to collect data with a point-of-care documentation system to build a best care practices database. The American Physical Therapy Association's effort to determi...
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 10, 2004
Efforts by an international standards consortium to build a standard for sharing, linking and synchronizing data over the Internet could result in a secure, ubiquitous way for healthcare organizations...
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 10, 2004
Future historians of medicine will describe that until the early/mid 20th century, healthcare was usually provided by one physician who took care of most of the patient's medica...
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 10, 2004
Cerner Corp. and Bridge Medical Inc. have formed a partnership to offer bar-code applications to hospitals. The partnership was announced at HIMSS' 2004 annual conference....
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 10, 2004
Most healthcare organizations know how difficult life becomes when information systems don't work together. Now, there's a cost associated with it. The Center for Information Technology Leadership est...
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 10, 2004
Last Thursday, HHS Secretary Tommy G. Thompson named David Brailer, MD, PhD, to serve as National Health Information Technology Coordinator, a newly created role within the Department of Health and Hu...
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 10, 2004
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich; Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland, former director general of the World Health Organization; and Congressman Patrick J. Kennedy, (D-R.I.) all delive...
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 10, 2004
I read the ICD-10 story in Healthcare IT News, and like it very much. There are strong arguments that the switch to the new codes may even be counterproductive....
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 10, 2004
Virus attacks against healthcare organizations are expected to become more numerous and serious in the months ahead.Security experts within healthcare expect more incidents beca...

The Daily Brief Newsletter

Get daily news updates from Healthcare IT News.
Your subscription has been saved.
Something went wrong. Please try again.