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It's funny to think that not so long ago, physicians and nurses had to trawl through piles and piles of paper charts to search for the information we needed whether it was lab results or patients' notes.
Actually, there are clinical trials for health information technology HIT research: Has to be in there somewhere! The New York Times Bits blog ( The Lessons Thus Far From the Transition to Digital Patient Records) concludes its post on the ups and
Share Tools Using data and analytics, physicians at Carolinas HealthCare System are undertaking many new initiatives, including ones on community health. Michael Dulin, Carolinas' chief clinical officer for analytics and outcomes research, and Allen
Share Tools Healthcare IT is poised to be the driver of healthcare transformation--redefining the management and sustainability of health, according to Healthcare Growth Partners 2014 mid-year review . HGP, an investment bank focused on health IT
The Patient Advisory Council at Skiff Medical Center recently presented a patient safety award to Dr. Pat Edwards of Newton Clinic for going above and beyond to ensure his patients are safe when admitted at Skiff...Skiff has encompassed a redesign of
Georgia Health Information Network (GaHIN), the statewide health information exchange network that electronically connects hospitals, physicians and clinicians to safely and securely exchange patient health information, today announced its "go live"
Clinisys EMR Inc., a company providing health informatics solutions, today announced its entry into the markets. Alongside this market expansion, the company also announced a range of its new cloud-based solutions including EMR for Allied Health &
The health care community is not doing enough to track and prevent widespread harm to patients, and preventable deaths and injuries in hospitals and other settings will continue unless Congress takes action, medical experts said Thursday on Capitol
Department of Health and Human Services to transform healthcare nationally by engineering a "robust" health information infrastructure. Following up on that report, researchers from the National Quality Forum in the District of Columbia--who helped
Share Tools Several healthcare industry groups are raising concerns in new comments submitted this week to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration about the health IT risk-based regulatory framework it published in April in conjunction with the Office