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Pentagon Says 20 Vendors Can Meet its Electronic Health Record Needs

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Defense acquisition chief says Pentagon will not get locked into proprietary software.
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EHR mastery proves elusive for many | Healthcare IT News

EHR mastery proves elusive for many | Healthcare IT News | Health Information Technology | Scoop.it
RT @iHealthBeat: #EHR mastery proves elusive for many (via HITNewsTweet) http://t.co/pY9zYP9Wvt
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EHR transition ahead of schedule, HHS reports

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HHS announced that more than 50% of eligible professionals and more than 80% of eligible hospitals have adopted EHR systems as of the end of last month, compare (EHR transition ahead of schedule, HHS reports http://t.co/iLF6bLJXBe)...
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DOD Seeks Commercial EHR - InformationWeek

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ExecutiveGov DOD Seeks Commercial EHR InformationWeek In Hagel's May 21 memo to subordinates, which was originally reported by NextGov, he said the DOD would continue to develop interoperability with the VistA EHR of the Department of Veteran...
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15% Of Physicians Declining EHRs: Deloitte Survey -- InformationWeek

15% Of Physicians Declining EHRs: Deloitte Survey -- InformationWeek | Health Information Technology | Scoop.it
Deloitte survey contrasts with other data that finds near-universal adoption, reports EHR resisters tend to be older and solo practitioners.

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The Five Most Promising Uses Of 3D Printing In Medicine

The Five Most Promising Uses Of 3D Printing In Medicine | Health Information Technology | Scoop.it
On Thursday, the Associated Press reported that doctors had, for the first time, used a 3D printer to create a life-saving artificial airway for a baby boy.
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Does physician EHR use depend on perceptions of uncertainty? | EHRintelligence.com

Does physician EHR use depend on perceptions of uncertainty? | EHRintelligence.com | Health Information Technology | Scoop.it
Perceptions of uncertainty play a key role in determining how extensively ambulatory care physicians use an EHR system and rely on data in the ambulatory EHR. (RT @krhdhealthlaw: Does #physician #EHR use depend on perceptions of uncertainty?
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Doctors 3D-Print An Emergency Airway Tube To Save A Child’s Life | TechCrunch

Doctors 3D-Print An Emergency Airway Tube To Save A Child’s Life | TechCrunch | Health Information Technology | Scoop.it
Score one for technology: Doctors 3D-printed an emergency airway tube that saved a 20-month old baby boy's life. After imaging the boy's faulty windpipe, doctors at the C.S.

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Bernd Meyer's comment, June 2, 2013 7:32 PM
Amazing stuff. Would you want our students to think critically, adapt technology to solve problems like this one??
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Would you want our students to think critically, adapt technology to solve problems like this one??

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Maine HIE signs up all hospitals in the state - EHRIntelligence.com

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Maine HIE signs up all hospitals in the state EHRIntelligence.com HealthInfoNet, Maine's only statewide health information exchange (HIE), has announced that every single acute care hospital in the state is under contract to share data across the...
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Star Trek and the shiny, boring future — Adventures in Consumer Technology

Star Trek and the shiny, boring future — Adventures in Consumer Technology | Health Information Technology | Scoop.it
Walking out of the new Star Trek, a friend of mine told me he wished the movie made an effort to show off what the future of today could loo… (Star Trek, tech companies, and the death of futurism in cinema http://t.co/zu7T3J1j9J)...
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