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In This Issue:

  • Pain Of Change: How health IT leaders are dealing with the industry's pain points, from allowing unfettered patient data access to sharing electronic records.
  • Making Medicine Smarter: To advance personalized medicine, Johns Hopkins IT execs listen intently to the institution's clinicians.
  • The Doctor-Patient Conversation: Paul Cerrato talks about the need for better e-communication between technologists and clinicians.
  • Health IT Coordinator Endorses Stage 2 Delay: The plan to put off the start of Stage 2 of the federal Meaningful Use incentive program gets Dr. Farzad Mostashari's nod.
  • Study Raises Questions About E-Prescribing Accuracy: A recent Harvard study suggests e-prescribing may cause as many errors as handwritten systems. A deeper dive indicates otherwise.

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