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By Bernie Monegain 12:00 am September 10, 2004
Attendees at the 2005 Annual Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Conference & Exhibition in Dallas will have a hands-on opportunity to create and...
By Bernie Monegain 12:00 am September 10, 2004
With the growth of information technology projects throughout the healthcare industry and continued technology revamps and upgrades in other business and industry sectors, CIOs and IT managers are in...
By Bernie Monegain 12:00 am September 10, 2004
Emergency help for technology choices EMedHome.com, an educational Web site in emergency medicine, launched its new technology resource page. Until now, emerg...
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am September 09, 2004
When nurses are dealing with a medical crisis in a neonatal intensive care unit, they're not in a position to run back to their desks and type data into clinical information systems....
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am September 09, 2004
A report by the General Accounting Office suggests that the government has not fully addressed all legal issues that would come into play in efforts to promote widespread adoption of healthcare inform...
By Healthcare IT News 12:00 am September 09, 2004
The cause of information technology in healthcare seemed to get its biggest boost ever in recent weeks, as the federal government begins to push for IT adoption.At its secretari...
By Bernie Monegain 12:00 am September 09, 2004
Picis, a provider of healthcare information technology for hospital emergency rooms and intensive care units, sees its recent acquisition of Ibex as giving it even more leverage in the marketplace....
By Jack Beaudoin 12:00 am September 07, 2004
ZixCorp is about to unveil a new case study that claims to show how its PocketScript solution cut prescription-related labor costs in half at a Massachusetts physician practice....
By Bernie Monegain 12:00 am September 07, 2004
Kevin Hutchinson, Surescripts president and chief executive officer, likens the work of readying pharmacies for e-prescribing today to the efforts of introducing cable TV years ago....
By Bernie Monegain 12:00 am September 07, 2004
Forty-two percent of respondents to a just-released HIMSS Vantage Point survey say it will take more than 10 years for electronic health records to become standard practice in the United States....