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Iterative Interoperability

Delaware: A Use Case in Interoperability It's the "without special effort on the part of the user" piece of interoperability that represents the greatest challenge thanks to a longstanding and still

  • June 21, 2016|
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ONC Calls for Instant Access

Giving the Patient Data Reins to the Patients The ability to freely share patient data from patients, providers and other emerging sources is at the root of the promise of interoperability. Now the O

  • June 08, 2016|
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Decoding Medical Bills

Interoperability and Your Healthcare Bills Why are medical bills so hard to understand? It's a question that patients have been asking for years and now HHS has made a move to help answer the questio

  • June 03, 2016|
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IT and Clinical Collaboration

No Clinical Background, No Worries—Just Listen Those with backgrounds in clinical care tend to make good choices for "I'-type positions in healthcare as this CNIO's experiences illustrate. The abil

  • June 01, 2016|
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Semantics Matter for Interoperability

Moving Toward Interoperability The biggest challenge to interoperability in healthcare is data—there’s just so much of it. That data falls into two broad categories: existing data that are part o

  • May 30, 2016|
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Pilot Program Reduces ED Visits

Population Health Improvement With the End in Mind Data, technology, and a focus on managing patient populations, can help to achieve desired outcomes. Houston Methodist has gathered the data to poin

  • May 20, 2016|
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Health IT Leaders: Moving Forward Together

Safety in Numbers: Healthcare IT Leaders Face Similar Challenges What do some key IT healthcare leaders have to say about what lies ahead in 2016 for their peers? Healthcare IT News polled staff from

  • January 29, 2016|
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Assessing and Improving the Patient Journey

When The Patient Leaves Your Building, the Experience May Just Be Beginning Consumerism is the new mantra in many industries, including healthcare. But healthcare is different, and more personal, as

  • January 12, 2016|
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The Disconnect Between Patients and Their Data

Patient Data Access May Be Less Accessible Than You Think The data is being collected and stored, but if it can't be accessed by all who need it, its value is minimal at best. A recent survey reveals

  • January 08, 2016|
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Learning From Health Employees

Managing the Health of Your Employee Population In many settings, healthcare organizations employ very large numbers of employees. These employees represent a ready-made population group to help bett

  • January 06, 2016|
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