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September 17, 2014
Erin McCann

Making patients the hub of their own health

At National Health IT Week, Washington, D.C., is learning how interoperability and patient engagement "really matter to people's health."
September 17, 2014
Erin McCann

Making patients the hub of their own health

At National Health IT Week, Washington, D.C., is learning how interoperability and patient engagement "really matter to people's health."
September 10, 2014
Ephraim Schwartz

Why haven't medical practices embraced HIE?

A fundamental promise of EHRs has always been interoperability. The idea being that patients and their doctors can have the same reference points as they discuss healthcare strategies in order to reduce care gaps.
September 03, 2014
Mike Miliard

Interoperability supply and demand

When Micky Tripathi and David McCallie deliver their draft recommendations to the Health IT Policy Committee, they'll have some pointed things to say about the JASON report, and its ideas about the state of nationwide interoperability.
September 03, 2014
Mike Miliard

Interoperability supply and demand

When Micky Tripathi and David McCallie deliver their draft recommendations to the Health IT Policy Committee today, they'll have some pointed things to say about the JASON report, and its ideas about the state of nationwide interoperability.
August 27, 2014
Anthony Vecchione

How exchange and mining can tame infections

The recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa has raised public awareness about the risks of healthcare associated infections, as the U.S. healthcare workers in Africa acquired Ebola while working in a healthcare setting.
August 27, 2014
Anthony Vecchione

How exchange and mining can tame infections

The recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa has raised public awareness about the risks of healthcare associated infections, as the U.S. healthcare workers in Africa acquired Ebola while working in a healthcare setting.
August 19, 2014
Neil Versel

The population health journey

Getting to the new world of doctors treating patient populations effectively requires new technologies and a substantive culture shift.
August 06, 2014
Brian Ahier, Medicity

How to find sustainability

The healthcare industry is currently on two parallel tracks: Maintaining the legacy of fee-for-service while embracing the emergence of value-based programs. This environment has created many obstacles to interoperability and health information exchange.
July 23, 2014
Chris Scarboro, North Carolina Health Information Exchange

In North Carolina, connecting rural communities, striving for quality improvement

The North Carolina Health Information Exchange, the organization tasked with connecting the entire healthcare community, has made significant progress in building statewide connectivity since its inception in 2010, when the organization was awarded federal HITECH funds. Today, the exchange is helping providers from the ground up.

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