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Understanding social media challenges that patients and providers face
August 13, 2014
An upcoming tweetchat will look at the ways to craft an appropriate and effective social media strategy.
August 08, 2014
Then here are the question to ask, and answer, when choosing a vendor.
Commentary: Time to end employers dictating health care choices?
August 04, 2014
Today's have workers such little say over health insurance options that it's no wonder so many are disenfranchised from the system itself.
A Judge's perspective on analytics, Big Data and behavioral health patients in the prison system
July 30, 2014
Why the U.S. needs “a radical change of direction” in how our current system delivers quality mental health solutions.
Q&A: On ICD-10 prep for non-covered entities
July 28, 2014
Even some healthcare-related organizations that are not mandated to comply with ICD-10 are working to implement the new code set. What? Why? Mitchell International's Michele Hibbert explains.
Cloud and mobile convergence: The regulatory view
July 17, 2014
Michael F. Arrigo
On the rules driving prior authorization, cloud and mobile payment trends.
CMS sheds a little light on ICD-9 and ICD-10 dual coding
July 17, 2014
On the differences between dual-processing and dual-coding with the code sets.
Which are the best wireless hospitals in America?
July 16, 2014
mHealth News Editor Eric Wicklund wants to know who's doing it right? Who is using mobile health technologies to improve care and achieve that coveted ROI?
OCR clarifies omnibus HIPAA questions
July 11, 2014
New glimpses into what the Office of Civil Rights is thinking about the Final Rule on Privacy and Security.
Making the most of latest meaningful use timelines
July 10, 2014
If I had one wish, it would be that HIT vendors take this time to make their systems easier to use and to implement MU requirements so that they are less disruptive to the practitioners.
The 3 questions Congress wants answered about ICD-10
July 09, 2014
Some of the same Senators and Representatives that voted in favor of the Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014 that pushed back code set compliance are knocking on CMS’s door.
Join us: July 23 Twitter chat on intersection of clinical and social programs
July 07, 2014
Government Health IT sister site FutureCare is hosing a tweetchat to delve into emerging forms of collaboration between clinical stakeholders and the myriad social programs that grapple with healthcare issues.
Why ICD-10 end-to-end testing is still a major concern
July 03, 2014
And it should be. The results of a recent survey paint some pretty fuzzy timelines around testing.
How a comprehensive IT platform can help fix healthcare
July 01, 2014
There's a great need for the unifying foundation connecting all the various health reform pieces together.
mHealth apps that empower doctors
June 27, 2014
Tracking personal health information has become very much a two-way street.
Fix healthcare? Not until we get the money right
June 26, 2014
Healthcare stakeholders must consider a number of factors as changes to the system continue.
Will your vendor be ready for new ICD-10 deadline?
June 25, 2014
Is it safe to assume healthcare vendors will be ready for the Oct. 1, 2015, deadline? Don't take chances.
HIT Standards Committee stoked for action
June 24, 2014
John Halamka, MD
At the most recent HIT Standards Committee, members vowed to keep things simple, but not too simple. At their most recent meeting, 10 energetic themes emerged.
Can Blue Button break through the barriers?
June 20, 2014
Susan C. Hull, MSN, RN
Blue Button is growing in popularity, but it also face challenges. Does it have what it takes to become widespread?
'Fixing' healthcare: Understanding outcomes and costs
June 19, 2014
We hear a lot about the problem of healthcare costs these days, but how many provider organizations are doing something about it?
Fed IT execs grapple with modernizing legacy apps
USDA ramps up rural telehealth funding
Pop health reality check: What have health orgs actually done?
NIH kicks off cohort grants for precision medicine
Roundup: 3 data breaches, one settlement
9 steps to secure PHI file transfer under new HIPAA rule
Top 5 Benefits of Clinical Decision Support in the ED
Do doctors understand the opportunity for chronic care management?
VA grants $5 million toward precision medicine
American Psychiatric Association explains DSM-5, behavioral health codes and ICD-10
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