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Published April 19, 2013 Associated Press Blocked by Congress from expanding gun sale background checks, President Obama is turning to actions within his own power to keep people from buying a gun who are prohibited for mental health reasons.
Senators are calling for an overhaul of the federal government's $35 billion plan for doctors and hospitals to switch from paper to electronic medical records, citing concerns from patient privacy to possible Medicare billing fraud...Now, nearly four
T April 11, 2013 I'm well aware that a good fraction of the people in this country spend their lives furious at the New York Times ...I love the Grey Lady ; it would be high on my list of things to bring to a desert island. But every now and then,
Share Tools As health information exchanges proliferate, they're also working to differentiate--by offering services and functionality to participants who are sharing data, including the physicians, hospitals, health systems and patients.
One million new patients have registered to use the portal in the past six months the fastest growth in the combined 13-year history of Intuit Health and Medfusion . This significant growth can be attributed to an increase in patient demand for
Doctors who take preventive health measures such as cancer screening advise patients to do the same, a B.C.-Israeli study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal has found. The study, led by Dr. Erica Frank of the University of B.C.'s
Doctors are changing paper records to electronic health records, but data systems are not sophisticated enough for new types of data, U.S. researchers say. The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, said as data becomes
Qpid believes it can make electronic health records something clinicians love and not something they try to avoid. The company received $3 million in funding today to come to doctors' aid. The Qpid says that this is an early finance round provided by
South Australia's electronic health record (EHR) project has been delayed by several months due to accounting complexity. Photo: Andrew Quilty The launch of the computer system meant to form the foundation of one of the Australia's first e-health