Posts From March, 2014

Best of Health IT News: Week of 03/27/14 

Did you have a chance to check out the latest healthcare IT news stories around the Web? We’ve captured the top industry news stories from this week that you won’t want to miss.

Uncertainty Clouds Federal Test EHR Program

According to Government Health IT, provider uncertainty is holding back the implementation of the Designated Test EHR Program, a data exchange initiative launched by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and the ONC. 

Data Analytics Drive Success at Bryan Medical Center

Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology reports on how Bryan Medical Center has implemented LUMEDX data analytics software to support its cardiovascular service line. 

Blumenthal: Finding the ROI in EHRs is still tough work 

In EHR Intelligence, former National Coordinator Dr. David Blumenthal, who introduced the EHR Incentive Programs, says that finding the ROI in EHR systems is still a lot of work as providers struggle with expensive, frustrating EHR implementations. 

ONC Initiative Aims to Improve Data Exchange in Emergencies 

FierceHealthIT reports that the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT will be launching a campaign to promote an emergency system that is both connected and interoperable. The ONC hopes that care providers will be able to access a more comprehensive view of a patient's medical records, even in emergencies. 

Wednesday, March 26, 2014 2:18:00 PM Categories: HIT industry news Lumedx ONC

Best of Health IT News: Week of 03/06/14 

Did you have a chance to check out the latest healthcare IT news stories around the Web? We’ve captured the top industry news stories from this week that you won’t want to miss.

Malcolm Gladwell Keynotes Health Data Interoperability Summit

At Health Care Innovation Day, an event sponsored by the West Health Institute, bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell delivered a keynote on healthcare data interoperability. 

Americans Will Be Able to Keep Old Insurance Plans Longer Under Rewrite of Healthcare Rules

The Washington Post reports that the Obama administration has announced that Americans with noncompliant healthcare plans can keep them for two years longer than expected. 

Are EHRs at a Tipping Point? 

According to Healthcare IT News, more than 50 percent of practices and 80 percent of hospitals have adopted electronic health records and attested for meaningful use. Now that EHR adoption has reached a tipping point, it is time to take the next steps to optimize the use of clinical data.

Thursday, March 06, 2014 4:20:00 PM Categories: EHR HIT industry news
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