By Christopher Kunney – Over the past few decades, there has been a revolution in computing and communications, and all signs point to technological progress and use of information technology in the healthcare continuing to accelerate.Read More
A new white paper by MIT Professor Alex “Sandy” Pentland suggests that digital tools that certify a person’s health status can be used to create “safe” environments for workers and customers—while also protecting people’s personal privacy.
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.”
September 14-18, 2019 McCormick Place, Chicago IL Hashtag: #AHIMA19 The AHIMA19: Health Data and Information Conference (formerly AHIMA Convention and Exhibit) is the premier health…
Achieving Interoperability for comprehensive and secure data share of ePHI across the care continuum is a priority for all healthcare stakeholders. It has been a…
Download these new resources available from SA Ignite on 2019 MIPS, from NextGate on harnessing provider data, and from Software Advice their newest guide on medical billing software.
Buff Colchagoff of RosettaHealh helps us out with Day 7. The line “seven swans a swimming” from the classic Twelve Days of Christmas has been on my mind lately. I see swans gliding past my house on the Chesapeake Bay during the day, and hear them always “cooing” at night, as I drift off to sleep. What does this have to do with Health IT?
October 25, 2018 Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, National Harbor MD The Sequoia Project’s Annual Member Meeting will feature discussions of ONC’s Trusted Exchange…
By Gopal Khanna – Can you imagine a world with unlimited access to the data that users need? I posed this question recently to an impressive audience of Federal, State, and local policymakers, researchers, health experts and entrepreneurs.