HealtheConnections' HIE moves past 1 million CNY patient recordsThe Greater Binghamton Business JournalHealtheConnections, which is the regional health information organization (RHIO) responsible for running Central New York's HIE, has signed up 17...
... on the status of physical education in the U.S. Please share with others by heading to NASPE's website to download and print the PDF version, as well as to directly upload the jpg image to share via social media.
Wildcat Times: Coca Cola makes obesity statement, not enough my.hsj.org The drink is a danger to our health. Now Coca Cola has addressed the role they play with obesity. The Los ... Cool Infographics reports that “one 12 oz.
Uploaded and shared in Youtube by: mayoclinic — The Society for Women's Health Research (SWHR) and its Interdisciplinary Studies in Sex-Differences (ISIS) Network on Musculoskeletal Health has awarded a group of researchers a $127,000 grant to...
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Most doctors copy and paste old, potentially out-of-date information into patients' electronic records, according to a new study looking at a shortcut that some experts fear could lead to miscommunication and medical...
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UnitedHealth Group and the Mayo Clinic have launched a new research initiative to identify best practices for high-quality, low-cost care. The project will involve analyzing millions of de-identified health insurance claims and clinical records.
This week, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services issued the final rule for Stage 2 Meaningful Use. In this final rule, CMS included changes to a few sections in the Stage 1 Meaningful Use rules.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Most doctors copy and paste old, potentially out-of-date information into patients' electronic records, according to a new study looking at a shortcut that some fear could lead to miscommunication and medical errors.
The Role of HIE in Clinical Analytics Rodney Hamilton, MD, CMIO, ICA Read part 1 of this series Read part 2 of this series In his rumination about (Clinical Analytics and HIE: Two Technologies Come Together – Part Three
Millions of U.S.women own businesses, and these firms show faster-than-average growth for jobs and revenue in seven of 13 major industries, including health (RT @yalewomen: How women nurture new health tech businesses:
Women in business use their experience in health and wellness to launch startups in the health tech field. Many of these women are their own bosses and build work schedules designed to fit their lives.