Profile of Anthony Vecchione
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Anthony Vecchione is a veteran health/medical journalist with extensive experience writing and editing news and feature stories as well as breaking news for both print and online editions.
Articles by Anthony Vecchione
Mobile versions of electronic health records (EHR) systems help healthcare providers document and review patient information. We compare some leading options.
Healthcare professionals look to the latest RCM platforms to help them process patients efficiently while satisfying new regulations. We compare choices in this critical category.
Is it time to replace your outdated PACS? Here's how to find a system with the features and functionality you need.
ACOs break new ground in healthcare as cost pressures mount for providers.
New online features from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services give patients and their families easy access to vital performance and safety information for hospitals and nursing homes.
Union of Wellness Corporate Solutions and Dossia could drive
more consumers to use PHRs.
Many hospitals and practices still hesitate to jump on board the social media bandwagon. Here's some practical advice to guide your organization through the decision process.
Government health officials tap responsive Web design for HIV/AIDS website refresh, giving healthcare stakeholders deep access to data across smartphone, laptop, and other displays.
Wireless sensor technology developed by the University of Missouri can measure subtle changes in pulse, respiration, and bed restlessness, warning clinicians of the early onset of pneumonia or other life-threatening problems.
United Healthcare and Aetna empower customers with online tools that estimate the cost and quality of medical care.
Healthcare providers need top-notch pharmacy information systems to safely deliver medications. Consider our overview of the top players.
Wireless sensors that provide contact-free patient monitoring allow fewer health care practitioners to keep track of more critical patients.
Market for consumer devices to monitor conditions such as high
blood pressure is growing faster than telehealth systems, says IMS
FCC proposes increased spectrum capacity for Medical Body Area
Network (MBAN) devices, paving the way for doctors to use patient-worn devices to monitor vital signs.
College of Healthcare Information Management Executives says the government's recommendation to postpone compliance with the new medical billing code system until 2014 strikes the right balance.
Apple's iPad has emerged as the dominant tablet platform, according to Manhattan Research survey.
Healthcare providers want wireless EMR integration with smart pumps, but a KLAS study suggests the complexity of the setup deters many.
Collaboration between IBM and the Colleagues in Care Global Health Network gives doctors in remote parts of the world access to evidence-based medicine.
Service aims to save diabetes researchers time and money by linking them to patients who qualify for their studies.
Personal health records have their problems, but programs like Passport To Trust are addressing them with some genuine innovations.
Many doctors say they want technology tools for medical education and training. But actions speak louder than words.
While many consumers remain skeptical of personal health records, advocates say these tools can help patients manage medical data and interact with doctors. Here's a look at nine popular PHR offerings.