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Articles by Nicole Lewis
posted in November 2010
A contractor will collect, scan, and transmit private healthcare records with the goal of speeding Veterans Affairs' claims decisions.
Target CTA and Adaptive Iterative Dose Reduction improve image quality while minimizing radiation dose.
Scans produced by multiple picture archiving and communication systems can be accessed, viewed directly within NextGen's Ambulatory Electronic Health Record system.
Government Accountability Office report finds that e-health records support disease management by improving data sharing and communication.
Government funding through the Affordable Care Act will support IT implementation and training at local medical clinics.
Yet, medical providers are more satisfied when they use electronic health records to exchange clinical information with specialists, finds Practice Fusion study.
Agencies will share resources to boost care for American Indian and Alaska Native veterans.
Created by the Affordable Care Act, the center will foster discussion among healthcare stakeholders about better ways to deliver healthcare while reducing costs.
Almost 25% can achieve 10 of the 14 core measures, according to survey by Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society.
iHealth Alliance-led coalition will document problems on electronic health records site related to software, user training, security and data issues.
Online tool offers information about drug cost, safety, and effectiveness.
Under the 10-year, $4 billion capped deal, the IT firm will provide information management and infrastructure services to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A handful of technology and telecom giants will dominate the healthcare market, predicts Marlin & Associates.
Medicare and other agencies will gain improve claims processing and analytics management with access to scalable, secure, certified data centers, says IBM.
ForHealth division will provide wireless, networked, and cloud-based services for the healthcare industry.
Federal guidance announced to help states establish consumers' eligibility for insurance through health information exchanges.
CompTIA survey found that many IT firms want to enter the lucrative healthcare market, but many aren't sure where to begin.
Combined company will deliver technology, business, and distribution services to community cancer practices, one of the fastest-growing segments in healthcare.
Early Innovators competition will reward states for innovative and cost effective proposals to help consumers and SMBs compare and sign up for health insurance plans.