Profile of Neil Versel
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Neil Versel is a journalist specializing in health IT, mobile health, patient safety, quality of care & the business of healthcare. He’s also a board member of @HealtheVillages.
Articles by Neil Versel
posted in January 2013
Convincing national policy makers that health IT is worth the
investment and promoting interoperability tops health IT
organization's Washington agenda.
AMIA task force calls on vendors, clinicians, academics and policy-makers to rethink poorly designed health IT systems.
In what might be a first, three health information exchanges -- in Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska -- successfully communicate using the Direct Project protocol.
Federal Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements will make your organization more competitive -- if they don't drive you off the deep end.
Pressure builds for government to delay start of Meaningful Use stage 3, refocus MU incentive program on interoperability and health outcomes.
FDA, medical instrumentation group say interoperability of health information must include data coming from medical equipment, not just IT systems.
Intel-GE Care Innovations CEO: When it comes to technological innovation and advancement, healthcare IT leaders would do well to take a page from Intel's book.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association affiliate's acquisition of Intelimedix is latest attempt to offer actionable clinical information for quality improvement.
In TEDMED webcast, several vendor executives suggest Meaningful Use and the focus on billing might be making medicine less efficient.
HL7's conversion tool may seem counterproductive, but it's meant to encourage patients to use Blue Button.
Columbia, Wharton researchers predict efficiency gains from EHR technology and new practice styles without harming continuity of care.
Johns Hopkins study says separating inpatient mental health data from other EHR data does more harm than good.
Dynamics Research Corp wins five-year, $50 million federal contract to help bolster food and drug safety, scientific collaboration.