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Articles by Nicole Lewis
posted in April 2011
The Lab Interoperability Cooperative program is designed to help public health officials act more rapidly and efficiently to control disease.
Given the public's concerns about online privacy and ID theft, ONC is launching a pilot project that will build trust in data exchange.
The Internet-based system gave Mass General's stroke center the secure, low-latency, high-definition, and interoperable videoconferencing platform it needed.
Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council will use Microsoft, CSC, and HealthUnity technology in what's planned to be the nation's largest metropolitan health information exchange.
Researchers can use electronic medical records to cut the time and expense of recruiting thousands of patients.
Clinicians want seamless integration between picture archiving and communication systems and radiology information systems and will sacrifice some functionality to achieve it, according to a KLAS survey.
The Amagine platform gives physicians a single point of access to more than 20 health IT systems, knowledge and communication tools, and consulting resources to improve practice efficiency and patient care.
Unreasonable expectations from ONC on Meaningful Use guidelines may discourage widespread adoption of EHRs.
For medical offices that lack IT muscle, Online Care for Providers offers two-way video, live chat, billing, and more.
The flood of notifications coming from electronic health records distracts medical personnel from addressing urgent messages about patients' abnormal test results.
Geographically isolated physicians to get a portal to share ideas and fuller access to expert advice.
The partnership will manage clinical and EHR technology apps for clients, and ACS also will offer mainframe, server, storage, back up, recovery, and network support.
Veterans Affairs teams up with health IT group to reduce time needed to access medical records.
The mobile clinical computing system uses VMware technology to allow desktop healthcare applications to be accessed in the cloud and delivered as a managed service.
Global health leaders say that information and communications technologies hold the greatest hope for improving patient diagnosis and treatment.
Some patients are still concerned about online security, while healthy consumers seem indifferent to the benefits of PHRs, according to a study by IDC Health Insights.
The mobile healthcare market will approach $10 billion in the next 5 years, according to a report from global management consulting firm Arthur D. Little.
Virginia test integrates federal Direct Project protocols and Nationwide Health Information Network Exchange standards to create secure, two-way exchange of patient health information.
Centricity Research will support clinical trial billing compliance and drive better administration of treatment plans, processes, and protocols, said GE.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has released a draft request for proposals to help transform its VistA electronic health record system.
The agency is seeking public comment on the regulations, which seek to align reporting requirements between the Medicare Shared Savings Program and Electronic Health Record Incentive Programs.