Current Headlines

  1. Health System Outsources Referral Management
    1/23/2015

    In light of challenges to hospital physician search sites, a number are turning to outsourcing. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  2. HIT To Watch
    1/23/2015

    The ECRI Institute released its tech watch list report for 2015, one that includes Google Glass, telehealth, and 3-D printing. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  3. Healthcare: E-Learning An Effective Tool
    1/23/2015

    For healthcare workers, e-learning has been found to be as effective as traditional learning in an office. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  4. Data Exchange Improves Care And Clinical Outcomes
    1/23/2015

    e-MDs is the first to exchange provider data directly with the newly-created Kansas infectious disease registry.By Karla Paris, contributing writer

  5. Health Systems Form Non-Profit Collaborative
    1/23/2015

    The Cleveland Clinic is among those aiming to reduce costs and deliver quality care statewide. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  6. Veterans’ PHI Compromised - Again
    1/23/2015

    According to a report from the VA, breaches affected more than 8,700 veterans in November; a 123% increase from October.By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  7. New Medical Coder Career Program (MCCP) Set For A February 19th Launch
    1/23/2015

    Libman Education’s new Medical Coder Career Program (MCCP) - Facility-based Coder – which equips aspiring and experienced medical coders for a successful coding career – is set for a February 19th launch.

  8. McCoy Named ONC’s First Chief Information Officer
    1/22/2015

    The ONC has announced Michael McCoy, M.D., will become its first chief information officer later this month. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  9. Community Hospital Worries: ICD-10 And MU
    1/22/2015

    ICD-10 and Meaningful Use top the list of concerns revealed in a recent poll of community hospital administrators. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  10. 8 Of 10 Employees Would Use Health Tracking Wearables
    1/22/2015

    According to a survey, many employees would be willing to use wearable fitness and health trackers at work if their employers added a little incentive. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

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