Content tagged with Healthcare
posted in July 2009
EDS Wins Tennessee Medicaid Deal
News  |  7/31/2009  | 
HP tech services subsidiary will upgrade state's health information systems.
CIO Profiles: Bob Sarnecki, VP And CIO For Phoenix Children's Hospital
Features  |  7/30/2009  | 
This CIO favors a "run and gun" approach.
Covisint Signs Cloud Deal With Texas Doctors Group
News  |  7/29/2009  | 
Cloud-based platform will allow physicians to access clinical and administrative tools and exchange patient data via a secure portal.
Department Of Defense Pushes Ahead With E-Health System
News  |  7/21/2009  | 
The forthcoming MiCare system will let military personnel, their families, and veterans access personal health records on Google Health and Microsoft HealthVault.
Second Life Trains First Responders
News  |  7/21/2009  | 
The virtual world is being used by medical schools and other healthcare training programs to simulate medical emergencies so doctors and nurses can learn to make quick decisions.
Federal CTO Says U.S. Lagging In Innovation
News  |  7/21/2009  | 
Aneesh Chopra said the United States can regain its lead by capitalizing on opportunities in healthcare IT and the smart grid.
Veterans Affairs Places 45 IT Projects Under Review
News  |  7/17/2009  | 
The VA made use of the federal government's new IT Dashboard, which is aimed at providing increased visibility into government IT spending.
Cisco, UnitedHealth Group Launch Telehealth Network
News  |  7/15/2009  | 
The national platform will deliver health services by videoconference to rural areas, inner city communities, or anywhere distance or clinician shortages hinder affordable care.
Grants System Helps Chicago Control Public Health Spending
News  |  7/13/2009  | 
Key components of the Chicago Dept. of Public Health's new system include CA Clarity, Appian software, and a number of Microsoft products.
CIO Profiles: Chad A. Eckes, CIO Of Cancer Treatment Centers Of America
Features  |  7/2/2009  | 
This CIO realized his direction for the rest of his career, digitizing hospital records, after his mother was severely burned.
Q&A: Obama's Health IT Czar On Strategy, Incentives
News  |  7/2/2009  | 
Dr. David Blumenthal explains how work is progressing on a stimulus program that would give doctors and hospitals incentives to use "qualified" electronic health systems.


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