Johnathan Warner

By Johnathan Warner 10:58 am September 08, 2010
Electronic health records could help prevent pediatric misdiagnosis, according to a recent survey of 750 pediatricians across the country.

By Johnathan Warner 10:29 am August 25, 2010
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recently announced that the VA Medical Center in Indianapolis will partner with the Indiana Health Information Exchange on a pilot to securely exchange electronic health data via the Nationwide Health Information Network.
By Johnathan Warner 10:24 am August 09, 2010
Humana and athenahealth have announced an alliance, combining Humana's Primary Care Rewards Program with athenahealth's EHR service.
By Johnathan Warner 10:08 am August 06, 2010
North Idaho College (NIC) is now offering a program to train students with a prior background in healthcare and/or information technology to construct and use electronic health records.
By Johnathan Warner 10:33 am July 30, 2010
The Boy Scouts of America, now celebrating their 100th anniversary this week, is now using wireless access and other forms of healthcare information technology for the first time at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree.
By Johnathan Warner 10:05 am July 23, 2010
On July 9th at Redwoord MedNet’s 4th Annual HIE Conference, the first publically stage multi-organization demonstration of Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN) Direct standards and technologies took place.
By Johnathan Warner 10:24 am July 19, 2010
Cisco, a now 25-year-old telecommunications company, has announced that its Tunis office is the first business premises in Tunisia to be equipped with Cisco TelePresence technology.
By Johnathan Warner 11:48 am July 16, 2010
Joyce Sensmeier, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society’s (HIMSS) Vice President, Informatics, has recently been recognized as a Fellow with the American Academy of Nursing, a credential held by over 1,600 nursing leaders worldwide.
By Johnathan Warner 10:07 am July 12, 2010
Proventix Systems and Synapse Wireless, both Alabama-based technology companies, say they will partner to provide technology to prevent healthcare acquired infections (HAIs).
By Johnathan Warner 10:08 am July 09, 2010
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, an academic medical institution and the nation's largest nonprofit, non-sectarian hospital, has developed and launched a Web site which aims to improve the process of obtaining employment in the healthcare field.

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