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Let's Play Ball! The Future of Baseball is Tracking Health Data, by @healthiscool

Let's Play Ball! The Future of Baseball is Tracking Health Data, by @healthiscool | #HITsm | Scoop.it
EMR for MLB. The new frontier of baseball data is marrying baseball statistics with medical injury research, keeping players healthy and injury-free.
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EHRs: First, Do No Harm

EHRs: First, Do No Harm | #HITsm | Scoop.it
Shame on us for allowing an EHR vendor to shut off a practice’s access to their patients’ medical records and for recklessly putting patients at risk.
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Connecting EHR data to achieve ‘One Patient, One Record’

Connecting EHR data to achieve ‘One Patient, One Record’ | #HITsm | Scoop.it
No one disputes the benefits of electronic health records. But interoperability between EHR systems and providers remains a big challenge.
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What research says about cats: they're selfish, unfeeling, environmentally harmful creatures

What research says about cats: they're selfish, unfeeling, environmentally harmful creatures | #HITsm | Scoop.it
The scientific case against owning a cat.
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HealthBeat: Bryan Sivak opens up about his tenure as CTO at Health and Human Services

HealthBeat: Bryan Sivak opens up about his tenure as CTO at Health and Human Services | #HITsm | Scoop.it
Like most people entering a new leadership role, Sivak entered his role as CTO for the federal health agency with big and admirable ideas on innovation. Then what happened?
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Getting Your Own Health Records Online: The Good and the Not So Good. BlueButton update

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Making Sense of Blue Button, Meaningful Use, and What’s Going on in Washington  …

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Learning to Speak the Language of Health Data Exchange

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An analyst new to health IT offers her insights on getting started: 

 

"Working with HL7 seems to more closely resemble another former job of mine at a burger joint. The restaurant owners had defined their standard burger to include: mayo, mustard, tomato, onion, lettuce, and a beef patty, in that order. Unless otherwise specified, that was what the customer could count on receiving.


However, most customers needed some slight variation in their burger. Some wanted "repeating" pickles while others wanted the tomato completely removed. Customers could even have customized ingredients put on their burgers, such as kimchee or a fried egg, if the standard ingredients didn't fit all of their needs. HL7 seems to resemble this "have it your way" model."   

 


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Epic Systems playing defense on Ebola, interop: A losing game?

Epic Systems playing defense on Ebola, interop: A losing game? | #HITsm | Scoop.it

The health of patients and financial well-being of taxpayers are eroding while the EHR vendor-sphere drags its feet in order to profit on a lack of health data interoperability, as well as systems notorious for a lack of usability. They are investing in lobbyists when they could be investing in data interfaces connecting competing EHRs, as well as improving usability. That's not funny at all. 

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Your World is the Interface in the Behavioral Economy, by @leonardkish

Your World is the Interface in the Behavioral Economy, by @leonardkish | #HITsm | Scoop.it
The iWatch will allow Apple to monetize the immediate context and environment and allow it to amass a wealth of data on both your bodily activity and even emotion and place in the world. This will help understand when people will be in the most receptive mood to receive a message. Your responses and activities have just become part of the network, a part of the economy. Apple is building a behavioral economy.
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20 Questions for Health IT #19: From PHI Hoarding to Sharing

20 Questions for Health IT #19: From PHI Hoarding to Sharing | #HITsm | Scoop.it
Question from Vince Kuraitis: "The migration from 'Hoarding' to 'Sharing' patient health information — necessary, but not sufficient?"
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20 Questions for Health IT #18: EHRs

20 Questions for Health IT #18: EHRs | #HITsm | Scoop.it
Question from Steven Posnack, Director, Office of Standards and Technology at the ONC: "Is the concept of an "electronic health record" outdated?"
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20 Questions for Health IT #15: National Patient ID, from @ScottMace

20 Questions for Health IT #15: National Patient ID, from @ScottMace | #HITsm | Scoop.it
Scott Mace from HealthLeaders asks, "Who should define the concept or process of a standardized patient ID?"
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20 Questions for Health IT #9: Health Tech & the Elderly

20 Questions for Health IT #9: Health Tech & the Elderly | #HITsm | Scoop.it
How can healthcare technology better serve the aging population? One in 5 Americans will be senior citizens by 2030, and we are all living longer.
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HealthTap expands its virtual health service to all specialties, all states

HealthTap expands its virtual health service to all specialties, all states | #HITsm | Scoop.it
HealthTap expands its virtual health service to all specialties, all states
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CHIME, HL7 team on interoperability | Healthcare IT News

CHIME, HL7 team on interoperability | Healthcare IT News | #HITsm | Scoop.it
The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives, which represents more than 1,400 CIOs, and Health Level Seven International are working together to promote a standardized approach for exchanging healthcare information and to highlight the importance of developing and adopting standards to achieve interoperability.
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Learning about Usability from Accessibility: PHRs

Learning about Usability from Accessibility: PHRs | #HITsm | Scoop.it
Dean Karavite shares his work, "Accessible Designs for PHRs", that seeks to unite accessibility and usability for the future development of health IT.
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How IBM's Watson could be good for your health

How IBM's Watson could be good for your health | #HITsm | Scoop.it
Technology giant IBM has been talking about the value of its Watson software, which processes great quantities of text and then provides answers to people's questions on the fly, for many industrie...
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BCBSIL Refuses to Negotiate Jointly With "Affiliated" Providers. Now What? @vincekuraitis

BCBSIL Refuses to Negotiate Jointly With "Affiliated" Providers. Now What? @vincekuraitis | #HITsm | Scoop.it
Tensions between health plans and care providers have taken an fascinating turn in Chicago. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois (BCBSIL) is refusing to allow care providers “affiliated” through a clinical integration agreement to negotiate contracts jointly. The ramifications for future network contracts are significant and could play out very differently in other health care …
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Best EHR systems of 2014: Physicians rank five key performance areas

Best EHR systems of 2014: Physicians rank five key performance areas | #HITsm | Scoop.it
The performance of an electronic health record (EHR) system can mean the difference between a thriving practice and a struggling one. These systems impact every aspect of medical care, from the car
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When 'New and Improved' in Health IT Makes You Wish for the 'Old and Unenhanced'

When 'New and Improved' in Health IT Makes You Wish for the 'Old and Unenhanced' | #HITsm | Scoop.it
In health IT, end users don’t like discovering issues that decrease the product’s perceived value and efficiency.
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Slides: 20 Questions for Health IT Project

Slides: 20 Questions for Health IT Project | #HITsm | Scoop.it
On Sept. 1, we started the 20 Question for Health IT project, which spanned 20 weekdays and included insights from different contributors on various health IT
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More EHR vendors join the Apple HealthKit bandwagon | mHealthNews

More EHR vendors join the Apple HealthKit bandwagon | mHealthNews | #HITsm | Scoop.it
Like Epic, Cerner and athenahealth are looking to leverage HealthKit technology to make their products mHealth-optimized.
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20 Questions for Health IT #14: Innovation

20 Questions for Health IT #14: Innovation | #HITsm | Scoop.it
Where does innovation fit in at a time of ‘do more with less’ in healthcare?
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