By Katie Matlack 08:32 am February 21, 2012
You want irony? Try this: the Kaiser Family Foundation reports that we women are the ones who make the health care choices for the kids in 8 out of 10 families. Yet women are far and away the minority gender in the world of health IT leaders. While this is by no means the definitive list, I’ve done some research on the women who ARE making...
By John Halamka 09:35 am February 15, 2012
The bottom line from every product I've used and everyone I've spoken with is that there is no current "perfect" EHR. We're still very early in the EHR maturity lifecycle.
By EJ Fechenda 03:48 pm November 17, 2011
This is probably going to be one of many blogs you’ll read with a Thanksgiving theme. When it comes to employment, those of you who are fortunate to be employed, have a lot to be thankful for. For those of you who are currently unemployed and seeking a healthcare IT job, there is good news.
By Jeff Rowe 09:02 am September 20, 2011
One of the underlying assumptions in the HIT transition is that EHRs and other health IT products will continue to evolve, enabling providers to become ever more efficient and effective.
By Frank Irving 09:21 am September 16, 2011
Anthelio, a healthcare IT services firm, announced on Sept. 14 the availability of IT-ology, a help desk designed to provide physicians with an on-demand peer resource to support the rollout and effective use of EHRs.
By EJ Fechenda 02:10 pm July 20, 2011
When it comes to job hunting, there are certain tactics you need to apply in order to help yourself stand out from the pack. Your resume is the first touch point and you need it to get noticed.
By Jeff Rowe 12:39 am April 04, 2011
The Secretaries of the Veterans Affairs and Defense, Eric Shinseki and Robert Gates, respectively, have agreed to develop a common EHR platform that will serve both departments.  Making the announcement is easier said than done, even if it is coming from the top of the food chain.
By Jeff Rowe 12:55 am November 09, 2010
A new report from KLAS delivers some interesting, if not surprising, news: Smaller hospitals are considering large clinical information system (CIS) vendors over vendors that traditionally service the community hospital segment of the market.
By John Moore 09:20 am August 24, 2010
Why did Ingenix pay so much for such a small HIT vendor?
By Chris Thorman 10:18 am May 20, 2010
Calculating market share for the electronic health record (EHR) market is no easy task. There are over 300 software vendors, many market segments (consider: size of practice served, specialties services, inpatient/outpatient) and very "fuzzy" sources of data.

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