Profile of Michelle McNickleAssociate Editor of InformationWeek Healthcare
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Articles by Michelle McNickle
posted in October 2012
Bring-your-own-device trend leads healthcare providers to question mobile device management and security effectiveness, KLAS study finds.
Wearable medical technology is becoming a hot commodity. As these devices come to market, they have the potential to help both patients and clinicians monitor vital signs and symptoms.
With the help of Perficient and IBM, Premier healthcare alliance and PremierConnect let physicians share best practices and data.
Breast cancer patients and survivors show more engagement in their care, a key Meaningful Use stage 2 goal, with the help of social network MyBCTeam.
McKesson, Merge, Philips, and Siemens top cardiology IT space, but no one vendor fully meets providers' needs, says Health IT research firm KLAS.
Health app claims $25,000 "Blue Button" prize for its cloud-hosted patient engagement tool.
New study from PwC says improved insurer-provider communication will lead to better patient care.
After losing a $303 million contract to competitor Epic, EHR vendor Allscripts fires back.
ACOs will need more robust IT and better care coordination to reap the benefits of the Medicare Shared Savings program, according to Health Affairs report.
NLM, in collaboration with the Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, will provide vocabulary sets for clinical measures found in MU Stage 2.
Using visual search component, Unbound Medicine is hoping to transform the way physicians search for medical information through the federal government's Medline database.
Washington Hospital successfully implemented Capsule's MDI software to stream data into its EHR, but as industry moves toward MU Stage 3, IT expert says medical device integration must become more plug and play.
EHR vendor's MLM creation and exchange program puts app development in the hands of physicians.
Final Meaningful Use Stage 2 rules, now in effect, make patient engagement more important than ever. Here are some e-tools that you can use to draw in patients.
New free HIPAA-compliant mobile texting app for doctors differs from competitors because it can archive text messages and is easier to maintain, says maker Imprivata.
EHR use improves diabetes control and helps doctors pinpoint patients requiring more intensive treatment, reports large Kaiser Permanente study.
CareVeillance, a first-of-its-kind sepsis identification tool, replicates patient information from an EMR and monitors patients in real time for the complication.