Profile of Michelle McNickleAssociate Editor of InformationWeek Healthcare
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Articles by Michelle McNickle
posted in January 2013
College of Healthcare Information Management Executives warn technology and workflow burdens make EHR reporting nearly impossible.
Mistakes indicate a need for redefined quality measures suited for EHRs, say researchers who conducted Weill Cornell study.
Meaningful Use has put new strains on providers in terms of patient engagement, but these portals help ease the burden, says recent KLAS report.
Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare turned to Dell's mobile computing tool to increase physician productivity and simplify single sign-on.
Modifications to HIPAA may take the focus off patients and pile on administrative work.
New book explores the shifting role of the patient thanks to Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook, and warns that this phenomenon shouldn't be ignored.
Portal to let New Yorkers access their health data is "tip of the iceberg" for future state-wide consumer health applications, says contest sponsor New York eHealth Collaborative.
MediSafe's mobile "pillbox" app drives up medication adherence rates by sharing information with patients' loved ones.
GetWell Network's patient engagement pathways are helping organizations achieve substantial drops in readmission rates and rises in Hospital Care Access Program scores.
E-prescription adoption will grow in 2013, but challenges persist in connectivity, funding and state regulations, says Black Book study.
EHR vendor's acquisition of online drug reference pioneer Epocrates could result in better mobile tools for doctors.
Information technology will close healthcare gap for poor and push other big changes, says Verizon CEO Lowell McAdams.
EHRs don't make patient notification all that easy, according to latest Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association survey.
New mobile apps from the Department of Health and Human Services, for consumers and doctors alike, let you search medical literature, locate health centers, fight drug abuse and much more.
One in three customers who went live with an EHR in the last year believe they made the wrong decision, says KLAS report.