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 July 2011
Facebook, Twitter, and similar social media tools can enhance disaster preparedness and emergency response, according to New England Journal of Medicine commentary.
The prospect of Meaningful Use dollars has spurred healthcare providers to spend more in tough economic times, according to a HIMSS Analytics report.
CHIME and MGMA take exception to a proposed requirement to produce access reports within 30 days after a patient's request.
The hardest-working man in health IT will remain CIO at Beth Israel Deaconess and a Harvard faculty member.
Researchers mine FDA's Adverse Event Reporting System and corroborate findings using patient records to identify diabetes threat.
HHS seeks vendor to produce cartoons to educate the public about the benefits of EHRs and other types of IT in healthcare.
Medical Group Management Association recruits Wisconsin Medical Society's CEO and the founder of two data-exchange bodies as new leader.
Speaking to chief medical information officers, Dr. Farzad Mostashari says the current timeline creates a 'disincentive' for providers to meet federal standards this year.
HIMSS official says EHR incentive program is now officially an entitlement, and thus government is obligated to fund it.
Seattle Children's Hospital enlists product design firm to engineer prototype patient information viewer for better communication.
Transition to EMRs may be slowed by long period of running parallel paper and electronic systems, a survey suggests.
The department is seeking comment on proposed rules for electronically verifying patient eligibility for a health plan and checking the status of insurance claims.
Duncan Regional Hospital emergency department uses analytics and predictive modeling to manage higher volume, share patient records.