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Mostashari anticipates 'big win' in HIE in 2012
February 1, 2012
Standards, identity authentication, rules of the road and provider directories should finally come together this year to spur health information exchange.
Government virtualizing servers, largely missing desktop opp
January 31, 2012
Savings could grow by $26 billion between now and 2015 on the server-side, but are federal, state and local agencies leaving money on the desktop?
HIMSS: Docs hold accountable keys to care leadership
January 30, 2012
Physicians and providers can take defined steps toward becoming an Accountable Care Organization, be that under the CMS program or in a private fashion.
Chopra resigns from White House
January 27, 2012
Known for his high-octane enthusiasm, Aneesh Chopra was instrumental in bringing developer competitions to the federal government to accelerate innovative applications.
CMS' Tavenner presses to scale innovations by 2014
January 27, 2012
Tavenner pushes for reform efforts started by her predecessor Berwick and expresses urgency to get the work done in the remaining 24 months.
Wish list 2012: Top 10 HIT changes for the year ahead
January 24, 2012
Wendy Whittington, CMO of Anthelio Healthcare kicks off her wish list with the hope for a great emphasis, among the private sector and government alike, on ONCs Federal Health IT Plan.
HIMSS: Public health and PHRs - don't be left out
January 20, 2012
Noam Arzt, PhD, FHIMSS
A new day is coming, in which the availability and accessibility of electronic health information drives the use of personal health records that, in turn, provide more comprehensive data to public health agencies.
The HIT of ACOs, part 3: Tapping IT to put patients front-and-center
January 18, 2012
Dr. John Loonsk
Much of health IT falls flat from the patient's perspective.
Commentary: Why private HIEs are more sustainable than public exchanges
January 6, 2012
The enterprise HIE model offers a lot that public healthcare information exchanges simply cannot, most notably faster time-to-market and long-term viability.
Predictions 2012: Consumers engage, drive HIT
December 30, 2011
Personal accountability for health will fuel health IT investments, HIE models will mature, as some bottlenecks will persist.
HIMSS: 2011 in review
December 28, 2011
HIMSS Digital Office
HIMSS Digital Office Task Force reflects on some of the year's most insightful articles and actionable guidance. Looking toward 2012, many of these same themes appear in the New Year.
CCA's 8 factors that will influence population health in 2012
December 23, 2011
By reaching out to industry leaders, the Care Continuum Alliance pulled together a listing of paramount issues for next year.
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