Profile of Nicole Lewis
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Articles by Nicole Lewis
posted in June 2012
Patients want more access to their medical records online, but want to maintain their personal contact with doctors, according to new Accenture research.
Pilot program pulls patients' clinical data from Greenway's electronic health record into Microsoft's cloud-based personal health record platform.
Doctors now can see not only bedside data on their smartphones and iPads, but also EHR data such as medical diagnoses and lab test results.
Several IT obstacles hold the nation back from establishing a value-based healthcare system, according to the Boston Consulting Group.
EHRs remain stuck in the pre-Internet age and dominated by entrenched vendors, according to recent New England Journal of Medicine commentary.
PremierConnect, powered by IBM technology, will enable member hospitals and clinics to share patient data and exchange best practices.
Promises of healthcare quality increases and cost savings aren't enough to ease physicians' worries about patients using mobile health tools, new PwC study shows.
Regional health information exchanges team up with IBM and other IT vendors to build the massive Statewide Health Information Network of New York.
Healthcare organizations invest in system integration and health information exchanges to get the data required by value-based purchasing, which holds providers accountable for the cost and quality of care.
BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee and four orthopedic practices forge ahead with a BI-enhanced payment strategy that combines payments into one fixed fee for multiple services.
Electronic health records don't provide any advantage over paper-based records, according to one study. Others disagree.
Although most consumers aren't crazy about PHRs, AARP is betting on a MS-powered new offering to spark their interest. Will anybody pay attention?
Cigna will apply analytics tools to help Granite Healthcare Network spot gaps in care and improve care coordination among New Hampshire residents.
IDC picks 11 EHRs that offer the best tools and strategies for small medical groups to meet Meaningful Use incentives and prepare for healthcare reform.
Retailer rolls out telemedicine services in selected stores that give shoppers access to doctors through videoconferencing technology.