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Articles by Nicole Lewis
posted in July 2011
Demonstration grants totaling $477,000 will support development of mHealth technology for aging adults with chronic illnesses.
Using Vidyo technology, OTN will bring videoconferencing into homes and onto PCs rather than requiring patients to go to a facility with telepresence capabilities.
Despite major technology investments, insurance users don't see a customer service benefit, says Accenture study.
Aggressive timetable may decrease Medicare patients' access to healthcare, says American Medical Association, which calls for delays.
While overall investments in healthcare declined, venture capitalists are increasing their bets on health IT.
The acquisition will help hospitals and medical groups manage clinical and administrative information more efficiently in the cloud.
Department of Health and Human Services finds states are unable to gather information tied to Medicaid electronic health record payment eligibility.
Care Innovation Connect monitors changes in a person's health, wellness activities, offers bridge to seniors who may live alone.
The first team that builds a PHR using the Blue Button download format and places it on the websites of 25,000 physicians across the nation wins the prize.
American Telemedicine Association urges action on measures to achieve the National Broadband Plan's goals.
Coriell Institute for Medical Research deploys IBM storage hardware and data management software to advance its biomedical research.
While many hospitals are ramping up their adoption of electronic medical records and other technologies, a study shows that critical access hospitals are lagging behind in health IT implementation.
Revenue is expected to triple, to $200 billion annually, within the first five years, but many health insurers have serious reservations about jumping into the market, finds PwC study.
GE Healthcare upgrades Centricity electronic medical record and practice management system to help physicians prepare for Meaningful Use and the changeover to ICD-10 codes.
Federal guidelines assist states in building mandated competitive health insurance marketplaces.
Nurse informaticists play key role selecting health IT that's interoperable, user-friendly, and focused on quality outcomes.
Research on robotic telemedicine technology in a neonatal intensive care unit reveals that it can be a valuable resource for smaller hospitals that can't afford a full-time neonatologist.
Advances in ultrawideband could help support "body area networks" and next-gen health monitoring devices, university research says.
Outpatient electronic prescribing doesn't cut out the common mistakes made in manual systems, study finds.
Report looks to IPAs for tips to help small and midsize physician practices adopt electronic health records and other IT systems.
Personal health records will see a 33% gain in revenue through 2015 as doctors push patients to use health IT systems, finds Frost & Sullivan study.