Data Warehousing

By Diana Manos 01:40 pm June 19, 2010
Starting an accountable care organization, or ACO, doesn't take full-blown electronic health records, nor does it require a lot of initial capital, according to some experts.
By Jamie Thompson 10:03 am June 16, 2010
All public hospitals in Tasmania now have access to up-to-date patient information with iSOFT's patient management system.
By Jamie Thompson 02:10 am June 08, 2010
True to the theme of the HIMSS Virtual Conference and Expo, the Deluxe Exhibitors will highlight innovative solutions for health IT adoption and utilization. The focus will be on the human-computer interface, as vendors will showcase products and services that aim to improve accessibility for both providers and patients.
By Bernie Monegain 09:44 am June 07, 2010
'Rapid learning' systems that use large electronic health record databases can quickly advance the delivery of cancer care and accelerate research, according to a new report from the Institute of Medicine.
By Mary Mosquera 09:38 am June 03, 2010
The Department of Health and Human Services will share its community and population health data with technology innovators and public health officials in the hope that they will use it to create new applications and tools to improve the health of Americans.
By Mike Miliard 09:49 am June 02, 2010
The term may carry with it wispy and ephemeral connotations, but cloud data storage is regulated by the same ironclad security and compliance rules as traditional server storage.
By Bernie Monegain 10:02 am May 24, 2010
No issue is more important to healthcare providers than data management, according to a new global survey of healthcare executives, conducted by BridgeHead Software, which develops and markets healthcare storage virtualization solutions.
By Bernie Monegain 09:26 am May 17, 2010
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has tapped Northrop Grumman to develop a national repository for tracking incentive payments to healthcare providers that CMS will pay for meaningful use of electronic health records starting in 2011.
By Bernie Monegain 09:52 am February 09, 2010
Concord Hospital, a regional medical center and one of the busiest acute care hospitals in New Hampshire, will roll out a new platform to streamline data integration.
By Diana Manos 09:08 am February 05, 2010
It may seem unlikely today, but within the next 10 years there will be widespread use of electronic health records across the country, the nation's health IT chief predicted Thursday.