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Whatever its shortfalls, there is no denying that the EHR Incentive Programs have created an enormous market for healthcare information technology that would likely be lacking more »

The late Friday release of the Stage 3 meaningful use proposed rule left many healthcare stakeholders sacrificing their weekend to pouring over hundreds of pages more »

CMS released its long-awaited proposal for the Stage 3 meaningful use criteria Friday evening, and it appears that federal regulators have taken to heart many more »

Developing a workable healthcare analytics infrastructure is a critical part of achieving financial benefits when embracing accountable care, says a report by the RAND Corporation more »

The adoption of big data analytics technologies is a top priority for the majority of hospitals currently entrenched in healthcare’s greatest challenges: the shift to more »

Five skeptical Senators have taken issue with the healthcare industry’s $35 billion investment in EHRs and other technological infrastructure, using a Health Affairs blog post more »

The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) model is such a successful initiative because it puts the patient-provider relationship at the core of a data-driven, coordinated care more »

Healthcare organizations are becoming increasingly aware that the future of financial sustainability and care quality will rely on a robust health IT infrastructure that enables more »

Hospitals and health systems are snapping up technology tools to help them manage the ICD-10 transition, according to a report from market research company peer60, more »

Arguably, accountable care has made the transition from experimental pilot to the new standard in healthcare payment, but many healthcare organizations are still unsure of more »

In a new report advocating more robust medical device surveillance from the FDA, the Brookings Institution is adding to industry requests that healthcare analytics move more »

With nearly four hundred pages of suggested reforms headed for the healthcare industry, the 21st Century Cures initiative is both a hefty addition to President Obama’s vision more »

Health information exchange is both a verb and a noun, and it’s hard to have one without the other.  While HIE can be as simple more »

Revenue cycle analytics, health information management, and administrative IT systems are slated to overtake the EHR purchasing market for hospitals within the next few years, more »

The Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) for Health Information Technology is funding a $28 million, two-year grant program to support health IT interoperability tools more »

Oregon’s coordinated care organizations (CCOs) are well ahead of HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell’s desire to bring accountable care to the majority of patients in the more »

The Office of the National Coordinator is refining its course towards health IT interoperability with the release of a detailed plan to achieve nationwide health more »

Health information exchange (HIE) organizations are playing an increasingly important role in helping providers meet data exchange requirements of Stage 2 meaningful use, along with more »

At the University of Arkansas Medical Center last year, Director of Clinical Informatics and Innovation Amy Hester, PhD(c), BSN, RN, BC, has had a pair of more »

Hundreds of clinics in the Kaiser Permanente healthcare system have received the Stage 7 Ambulatory Award from HIMSS Analytics, recognizing their robust use of data more »

Geisinger Health System is the first healthcare organization to go live on Pennsylvania’s Research and Education Network (PennREN), a $100 million broadband backbone running between more »

Industry-wide health IT interoperability is a top priority for the Office of the National Coordinator, but the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) would like more »

If there’s one major problem with deciding to invest in big data analytics, it’s figuring out what, exactly, that means.  After all, “big data” encompasses more »

Worried that population health management is more expensive than it’s worth?  You might wish to reconsider.  A new survey by KPMG LLP indicates that more more »

Simplifying the process of billing and financial data management in the healthcare industry could save up to $375 billion per year in unnecessary costs, claims more »

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