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Health IT Appointments, Hires and Who’s Hiring

Latest announcements made from companies and organizations on hiring and appointments include VisiQuate, MobileSmith Health, InsightRX, Sonde Health, American Telemedicine Association, Bigfoot Biomedical, Eagle Telemedicine, Noom, Cleveland Clinic, Woebot Health, Lyniate, Aledade, Inc., NextGate, Diameter Health, & All Of Us Research.


Health IT Marketing Minutes

What makes marketing in the health IT space unique? Who are the movers and shakers? What’s working, what’s trending? Where can you learn more? For our December Minutes we have asked our health IT Marketing community to give us thoughts on what health IT marketing might look like in 2021.


HIE Rundown – 12-22-20

Your personal health information is moving and being viewed to improve the quality of your healthcare and lower the costs. The job will not be complete until all health records are digital and interoperable. Here’s what’s happening to make that reality.


Health IT Appointments, Hires and Who’s Hiring

Latest announcements made from companies and organizations on hiring and appointments include TeleHealth Solution, iSalus, LLC, AllMeds, Inc., Rx.Health, Central Logic, Gray Matter Analytics, Therapy Brands, Chalkboard Health, Saltzer Health, ONC, Diameter Health & All Of Us Research.


Health IT Business News – August 6, 2020

Business news from Rhinogram Telehealth, Panalgo, Lyniate, Kindbody, Health Catalyst, Holon Solutions, CAREMINDr, 2bPrecise, Diameter Health, Current Health, Dexcom, Greenway Health, Cerner Corporation, Atlas Health, Aetion, Intelligent Medical Objects, Bioformus and more.


Payers: Forge Ahead Despite HHS Rule Delay

By John D’Amore – On March 9, 2020, HHS announced two long-anticipated rules from the ONC and CMS designed to “finally deliver on giving patients true access to their healthcare data.” Some expected these deadlines to be a few years out, but HHS had other plans in mind:


Making Health Data Impossible to Misunderstand

By John D’Amore – Back in the first century AD, the Roman orator Quintilian aptly characterized communication of health information as it should be in the 21st century: “One should not aim at being possible to understand but at being impossible to misunderstand.”