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 March 2013
Hoping to spark a national conversation on information exchange, a prominent health IT advocate has started a WhiteHouse.gov petition to have Congress lift ban on HHS national patient identification system.
Scripps cardiologist and noted proponent of wireless health technologies Eric Topol shows off gadgets to comedian's audience.
N.Y. health system disputed the claim that it will overpay for rival Epic Systems' electronic health record system.
It's time the medical establishment heeded the longstanding
advice of informatics pioneer Larry Weed and used "participatory" diagnostic methods, says editorial.
Using big data effectively requires everything from setting up a basic management framework to teaching analytics in medical school, says one consultant.
New PathCentral Pathology Network enables remote consultation and image sharing via cloud, with hopes to address specialist shortages in developing regions.
Dr. Lawrence Weed continues his longstanding advocacy for computer-aided healthcare and revamping medical education.
Former president touts IT's potential to empower small players in a massive system, as HIMSS pledges $2.5 million to further Clinton Global Initiative goals.
Analytics from massive clinical data repository are central to closing gaps in care, HIMSS attendees told.
Survey of healthcare CIOs reveals good progress toward fully functional EHRs, but questions about ACOs, staffing, interoperability loom.
Interoperability challenges, patient experience, mobile technology will be in spotlight at annual health IT conference.
Half of infection prevention specialists are unaware if their organizations even participate in electronic health information exchanges, says study.