Top 5 stories of summer 2015
What with vacations over, schools back in session and daylight getting shorter by the day (even if summer has not yet officially ended), the holiday weekend offers a chance to take stock of what happened during the steamy season.
It's no surprise that the biggest story this year was the Defense Department's gigantic, market-shaping EHR modernization contract. Not only was the industry watching where that would go, but DoD surprised many folks by picking Cerner, not Epic.
Given the estimated ticket of $11 billion, that one is kind of a predictable blue ribbon winner – so let's proceed to the rest of the pack.
Here they are:
- ICD-10: CMS won't deny claims for first year
- Top 5 health IT trends to shake up the industry
- A beginner's guide to data analytics
- 18 health technologies poised for big growth
- Clinical decision support no longer just a nice-to-have
Please note that the list is tailored to avoid redundancies. There were multiple ICD-10 articles that resonated with readers as the October 1 compliance date bears down; the same is true for our arc of coverage around the DoD contract.
Was your favorite Healthcare IT News story on this list? If not, which was it?