Latest announcements made from companies and organizations on hiring include Advantum Health, The Institute for Protein Innovation, Cognoa, Blue Health Intelligence, Vida Health, Baszucki Group, Canvas Medical, ONC, Trusted Health, Briljent Health IT, & Healthmark Industries.Read More
By Mike Berry – The Health Information Technology Advisory Committee (HITAC) recently submitted their final report and recommendations related to ONC adopted standards and implementation specifications referenced in federal regulations.
By Laura M. Urioste – The 2015 Edition Cures Update made several changes to the ONC Health IT Certification Program, including new functionalities; new, removed, and revised criteria; and new requirements establishing the Conditions and Maintenance of Certification.
By Alex Baker & Elisabeth Myers – This is the second blog post in a two-part series that examines how policies finalized by CMS in the 2023 Inpatient Prospective Payment System final rule are advancing the use of interoperable health IT.
By Ryan Argentieri, Samantha Meklir, & Jawanna Henry – ONC is working alongside HL7® and with a wide range of partners from health care, government (federal and states), community-based organizations, developers, providers, and industry stakeholders to launch a national Gravity Project Pilots Affinity Group.
The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of October that we think deserve sharing again.
Moving our healthcare system into the digital age, better outcomes, controlling and reducing costs, and patient access to their health data. Our monthly HIE rundown includes updates on TEFCA, HIE networks, job openings and vendor contracts.
By Kathryn Marchesini, Jeff Smith, & Jordan Everson – As we’ve previously discussed, algorithms—step by step instructions (rules) to perform a task or solve a problem, especially by a computer—have been widely used in health care for decades. One clear use of these algorithms is through evidence-based, clinical decision support interventions.
Are you heading to HLTH in Las Vegas? We are too. And we have been going through the speakers and sessions to consider. Well known, unknown, veterans, newcomers, innovators, policy makers, the bold, the advocate, and even the patient – they have them all. See you in Vegas.