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This is true in two important areas, the group says: the ability of healthcare providers to send and receive care summaries within their clinical workflow, and their ability to look up patient records seamlessly across disparate electronic health
CD-ROMs may be out of date for transferring music and photos, but the health care industry still uses them to transfer radiology and lab information. David Yakimischak (who goes by Yak) opened a fireside chat at HealthBeat today by holding up a CD
Recondo Technology announced today that Recondo® has been named by Healthcare Informatics as one of the Top 100 healthcare Information Technology (IT) companies in -based publication providing leadership and strategy for healthcare IT leaders, is
We are at the beginning of the beginning of a new age for health care. Digital technology is fundamentally transforming the practice of medicine, but Dr. David Levin, the Chief Medical Information Officer at the Cleveland Clinic , said this is still
It seems to have taken awhile, but organized medicine seems to finally be recognizing that today's commercial health IT is not quite the revolutionizing, transformative, plug-and-play panacea to healthcare's ills it is often touted as: AMA Wire May
Share Tools Physicians' overall comfort with computers and communication skills determine whether technology is a positive or negative influence during patient visits, according to a new report from the American Medical Association board of trustees.
Share Tools Despite a feeling of inevitability regarding the use of integrated technology healthcare, the bulk of U.S. physicians remain hesitant in their adoption of such tools for direct patient care, according to a newly published analysis by
Janice Nicholson As someone who has spent over 20 years focusing on the needs of healthcare organizations, I have experienced firsthand their unique challenges while using technology to improve patient outcomes. I think we have a major dilemma when
A few years into the Meaningful Use program, it seems this quote from a 2008 Congressional Budget Office report entitled Evidence on the Costs and Benefits of Health Information Technology may have been written with the assistance of a crystal ball.
Share Tools The global healthcare IT market is estimated to reach $56.7 billion by 2017--up from $40.4 billion in 2012--due to the demand for clinical information technology, administrative solutions and services, according to a new analysis by