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Articles by Nicole Lewis
posted in February 2012
National Coordinator for Health Information Technology predicts majority of patients will get care via electronic health record systems next year, but says challenges still exist.
Encryption would have stopped many of the patient data breaches caused by lost smartphones, laptops, and tablets, said Stage 2 Meaningful Use proposal.
The train's already left the station for organizations that have been prepping for an October 2013 ICD-10 deadline, say health IT organizations and CIOs.
Accenture study shows that government incentive programs to spur adoption of EHRs have helped the U.S. outpace other nations in healthcare IT.
Health information exchange will link healthcare organizations across western Pennsylvania, providing cloud access to patient data and cutting costs by reducing redundancy of lab and imaging tests.
HP's Healthcare Alliance program expands its relationship with independent software vendors to develop innovative technology for small and midsize healthcare providers.
Acquisition puts Lumeris in a better position to provide health IT to accountable care organizations.
Centricity Patient Online 13 adds mobile connectivity to portal
so patients can schedule appointments, pay bills, and manage other
aspects of their healthcare from a mobile device.
Patients can use 'Wellby,' an ATM-like machine with a touchscreen, to answer survey questions and give feedback about a just-completed doctor's visit.
Indiana HIE taps AT&T to further develop the state's health information exchange, and help the exchange launch a professional services organization.
With Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements just around the corner, a CSC report says IT managers should prepare with a more robust system that addresses care coordination and patient engagement.
Communications giant teams with Health Evolution Partners, a healthcare buyout company, to sell Verizon's data-management technologies to health organizations.
IT managers at healthcare organizations say tablets pose challenges for entering data into enterprise healthcare applications and can raise IT support costs.
EHR vendor now will offer both M*Modal and Dragon's software to its customers.