Profile of Nicole Lewis
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Articles by Nicole Lewis
posted in May 2010
Vendors support an independent body to develop best practices and usability standards for electronic health record products.
Mediware's Bloodsafe Tx mobile device integrates with e-medical record systems and ensures that patients receive correct blood transfusions.
While patients are pushing their doctors to use more e-mail and Web communications, the doctors are concerned about liability and reimbursement issues.
The Medical Group Management Association says expanding HIPAA disclosure requirements is burdensome and will hurt electronic health record adoption.
Gartner says healthcare CIOs need to take immediate steps toward implementing a sound wireless and mobile device strategy.
Telehealth will transform healthcare, but reimbursement models, fear of technology are barriers to adoption, study shows.
Northrop Grumann and CGI Federal will improve the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' e-medical record system and beneficiary Web sites.
Attorney General Eric Holder says stiffer penalties and improved data systems are helping the federal government crack down on healthcare fraud cases.
Ideal Life claims its wireless health monitoring system is the first to transmit and process data to cell phones, tablets, PDAs, and PCs.
An advocacy group wants digital marketers of medical products to comply with Food and Drug Administration rules on healthcare advertising.
The deal will extend Intuit's footprint in healthcare business, finance, and administration.
A $6 million award from the Department of Health and Human Services will analyze research data and discern best practices for serving people with disabilities.
Innovative health IT systems that go beyond electronic health records to provide better analytics and drive greater efficiency could save billions over a decade.
Data definition guides help hospitals and healthcare offices detect, notify, and prevent privacy violations in electronic medical records.
Home blood glucose meters, blood pressure monitors, health hubs, and other medical device shipments will top 2 million by 2013, says a study.
Vice President says e-health records will save more money than Congressional Budget Office has projected.
Computerized physician order entry systems have been lauded for improving efficiencies; now they've been linked to better patient outcomes.