Several healthcare stakeholders, including the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives, Health IT Now and the National Partnership for Women & Families have submitted comments on the Senate HELP Committee's draft health IT legislation, unveiled late last month.
Many accountable care organizations are still struggling to overcome the challenges associated with health information technology integration, patient management and drug selection to improve care outcomes, according to a new study from the...
Mercy Health and Cook Children’s Health Care System are just two of a growing number of systems expanding their use of hosted applications, with many going to the web for everything from electronic health records and data exchanges to finance and analytics.
As more and more customers move to wearables, data collection becomes ever more robust. To find out what could be next for these tech companies, I asked 9 entrepreneurs from YEC the following question:
CIOs arguably have some of the hardest jobs in healthcare today. These men and women face interoperability barriers, IT decisions that require significant financial investments and protecting hospital networks and patient records from aggressive hackers and vulnerabilities.
The professional association of hospital CIOs is offering $1 million for a universal patient identifier method that could enable providers and health information exchanges to automate the record matching system and ensure 100% accuracy.
Infographic showing statistics and testimonials about Canada’s growing domestic health IT sector, and how investments in digital health are providing value to patients, the health care system and Canada’s economy.
Cosima Gretton and Matthew Honeyman explore the technologies likely to change health and care over the next few years. The past decade has seen rapid development and adoption of technologies that change the way we live.
It seems like every week in 2015 — if not most days — brought news of a new healthcare startup company whose app garnered millions in early funding. Not all of these apps will take off, and many are still vying to snag the dominant spot in their respective categories. For example, we don't yet know who will become the 'Uber of healthcare' yet, but a handful of companies with clever names and eye-catching platforms are aggressively grappling for the title. The same can be said for apps in the telehealth, prescription management, physician reference, patient portal and house call categories.
The U.S. ambulatory electronic health record (EHR) market has expanded significantly over the past five years due to incentives provided by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). The rapid advancement of technology and healthcare reform triggered by the Affordable Care Act (ACA), particularly the move to value-based reimbursement, has led to the formation of accountable care organizations (ACOs) and patient-centered medical homes (PCMHs). They require a high degree of clinical integration across care settings. While the hospital EHR market is mature, there is still a potential upside on the ambulatory market. Some ambulatory EHRs currently fail to demonstrate care outcomes improvements as they struggle to function seamlessly across the continuum of care.
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