By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 09, 2004
Sharp HealthCare plans to hone its ability to analyze care and clinical outcomes with artificial intelligence.The San Diego integrated delivery network - with four acute-care ho...
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 09, 2004
Medical Group association takes control of vendorA subsidiary of the Medical Group Management Association is now operating Charlotte, N.C.-based Physc...
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 09, 2004
In a matter of days, Health Level Seven expects to know whether months of effort to define standard components for electronic health records has paid off.HL7 members and others...
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 09, 2004
Physicians are taking to computer technology in general and the Internet in particular, according to the results of a recent survey of practicing U.S. physicians.New York-based...
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 09, 2004
A quickly growing standards effort aims to bring easier management of data centers and provide a way for organizations to tap into utility computing.Proponents say data center m...
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 07, 2004
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Proposed standards for electronic health records have received enough votes to be adopted so they can go through two years of use and fine-tuning.Resul...
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 07, 2004
WASHINGTON – The second summit on healthcare information technology in about a year, held Thursday in Washington, continues to underscore the federal government's interest in improving care deli...
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 07, 2004
WASHINGTON — Healthcare IT leaders around the country had nothing but praise for Dr. David J. Brailer on Thursday following his appointment as the nation's healthcare IT chief....
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 04, 2004
The electronic health record is poised for another boost. URAC, a nonprofit healthcare accreditation organization, may take the EHR under its wings by developing standards for implementation....
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am May 04, 2004
DURHAM, N.C. — Ed Hammond, Ph.D., a leading authority on electronic patient records, has joined the Health Data Exchange, Duke University's initiative to establish a national health information netw...

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