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Articles by Nicole Lewis
posted in November 2011
American Society of Clinical Oncology report says, with modifications, electronic health records could play a transformational role in targeting cancer treatments.
New insurance plan for employees of small businesses is based on accountable care organization model and the latest clinical technology to boost the quality of patient care.
Competitive marketplace means electronic health record vendors must work harder to meet clinicians' demands, says IDC.
Feds award grants for telehealth projects in the Mississippi Delta region as part of a program to help rural facilities adopt health IT.
N.Y. health insurer adds $1 million to the pot to help specialists implement electronic health records, qualify for Meaningful Use, and use health information exchange.
Tablets, smartphone, and mobile EHRs gain ground in healthcare, but cloud computing and videoconferencing lag, finds CompTIA study.
The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) collaborated with the eHealth Initiative (eHI) on online guidebook for health CIOs building HIEs.
HealthPresence 2.0 enables video consultations through laptops, mobile carts, and desktops in low-bandwidth rural areas, but still falls short of competitors' products.
As the ICD-10 conversion deadline approaches, consider this advice from Booz Allen Hamilton's Beth Mahan to make the best of a painful transition.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs selects American Well and SweetSpot Diabetes Care in its ongoing effort to bring healthcare to veterans in their homes.
Stakeholders debate Institute of Medicine proposal for federal oversight of IT-associated patient deaths and injuries.
Healthcare providers are looking beyond electronic health records to find tools to tackle ICD-10 and accountable care organizations, says Allscripts CEO.
A report from the National Research Council calls for a new data network that combines molecular data with clinical information from electronic health records.
The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society tells FDA that many hospitals, health systems, and app developers have no experience working with agency on regulatory issues.
A KLAS survey finds the vast majority of healthcare organizations are only in the early stages of IDC-10 preparation; many don’t have a clue what it will cost.
While more hospitals say they meet stage 1 of the electronic health record incentive program, 53% say they still aren't ready, finds study.
Mobile app from Numera allows patients to send their vital signs to their electronic health records.
National Institute of Standards and Technology solicits input on how to make electronic health records better, safer.