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By Tracy Okubo & Kenneth Mandl – Because of advances in interoperability, it’s becoming increasingly common for people and their healthcare providers to access and share information from EHRs using apps.
By William Hyman – The ONC has released via the Federal Register a Request for Information (RFI) on the EHR Reported Program which was established by the 2017 21st Century Cures Act. Overarching questions that arises in this regard is given that health IT must achieve certification,
New Harlow on Healthcare episode NOW on Demand. Host David Harlow talks with Adrian Gropper MD, who has been a medical device and medical software entrepreneur and advocates for patient control of health data.
By John Pagliuca – It takes seeing things in a different light to break out of a rut. So, oftentimes when a teacher, a friend, a business partner, a relative, or even a stranger provides that one piece of much needed insight, the proverbial light bulb goes off.
From the Hayes Healthcare Leaders Blog Series – There’s a familiar quote that says, “Never make predictions, especially about the future.” But ‘tis the season for doing just that so we asked some of the leading healthcare experts to give us their predictions for the industry in 2018.
Join HITECH Answers (@HITECHAnswers) and SA Ignite (@saignite) as we continue our series of webinars on the details of the MACRA final rule. Topic: Going Beyond the…
This past June healthcare lost Dr. “Larry” Weed, one of its great disruptors. Take some time to read about Dr. Weed’s impressive life and his dedication to improving how healthcare is delivered. “Larry Weed mentored hundreds, inspired thousands and entertained tens of thousands.”
By David Kushan – Revenue cycle management and operations are essential to the health of any healthcare institution, so a breakdown in financial performance can have serious ramifications.