Profile of Ken Terry
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Ken Terry is a freelance healthcare writer, specializing in health IT. A former technology editor of Medical Economics Magazine, he is also the author of the book Rx For Healthcare Reform.
Articles by Ken Terry
posted in December 2011
Los Angeles cancer institute will also contribute to the project, which aims to use Watson-based technology to improve treatment outcomes.
The decision of a big EHR vendor signals a major change in the needs of healthcare providers.
Physicians are less convinced that sharing the information would improve patient care.
Feds say most states have launched incentive programs, but fewer are making payments to providers.
NextGen parent QSI acquires small claims processor ViaTrack to bolster position in burgeoning RCM market.
Discount retailer offers cloud-based Allscripts EHR for small medical practices.
Computer maker partners with value-added resellers on electronic health record hardware, software, and services for small medical practices.
Apple's medical manager has been promoting the tablets in a variety of venues, including iTunes' healthcare room.
Founded by clinicians, site called Doctors Helping Doctors Transform Health Care encourages the medical community to share its EHR successes, complaints.
Joint venture pitches HealthPresence telemedicine system as way to connect dispersed employees with corporate worksite clinics.
IT-dependent practices where personal physicians coordinate all of a patient's care might not significantly improve quality of care, according to a new scientific study. But some clinicians question the study's conclusion.