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Analytics and Pop Health
By Dr. Mona Siddiqui MD MPH – The scope and scale of HHS’ data is enormous. The efforts undertaken at the Department every day by front line staff to ensure that the right information is being connected to address some of the most…
By Alicia Morton DNP RN-BC, Al Taylor MD, Sam Meklir MPA & Wes Barker MS – The ability to capture, use, and exchange many aspects of electronic health information has greatly advanced with the increased adoption of health IT.
It is day ten of our 12 Days of Christmas Posts and as is our custom every month, we compile our Top 10 posts that deserve a second read. This list takes those lists just one step further. Here are the most read and shared posts of the year.
This is our ongoing reporting on how AI is being integrated into healthcare technology. We are seeking out the thought leaders and innovations that are moving the needle forward which include Novant Health, KenSci, Clare Medical, Eko, Mayo Clinic, Well Dot, Inc., Black Book, & BioSymetrics Inc.
By William Hersh MD – After years of giving lip service to standards, the health information/informatics community is now taking interoperability very seriously. The reason is obvious: we have spent a decade ramping up adoption of EHRs in the US and elsewhere, and we have learned….
New research indicates many healthcare industry executives are not yet focused on upcoming law and its potential impact on their organization and customers according to new research findings from Accenture.
By Keith Boone – A very long time ago (at the beginning of my career in HealthIT), I got to do some really cool work on the front end and processing infrastructure for a set of machine learning and linguistic services that would automatically extract problems…
By Velvet Thorne – An organization’s computers may run on the most powerful software in the world, but if the servers aren’t plugged in, the system will be, shall we say…ineffective. Same goes for the primary care provider office.