Current Headlines

  1. Googling Could Be Bad For Your Health
    4/21/2014

    According to a new University of Florida study, using search engines could result in low quality health information that may be hazardous to patients. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  2. HHS Taken To Court Over Two-Midnight Rule
    4/21/2014

    AHA, Hospitals Sue HHS Over Admission Policies. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  3. Telehealth ‘Disruptive’ For Nurses
    4/21/2014

    Telehealth is considered a way to connect patients and providers, but a new study says nurses often find the technology disruptive. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  4. New ConnectCare Solution From Kodak Alaris Helps Healthcare Providers Convert And Direct Message Patient Information For Easy Transitions Of Care
    4/19/2014

    Every day, healthcare providers face the challenge of managing and exchanging patient information originating from paper and digital formats.

  5. CBO Report: Obamacare Will Cost Less Than Predicted
    4/18/2014

    Latest estimates for costs of ACA suggest lower price tag than expected for 2014. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  6. Healthcare Could Catch Heartbleed Bug
    4/18/2014

    Heartbleed could infect healthcare if it reaches email accounts, EHRs, and even remote monitoring devices. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  7. HIE Adopts Automated Syndromic Surveillance Reporting
    4/18/2014

    New reporting system improves efficiency of syndromic surveillance reporting. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  8. Can Hackathons Fix Health IT?
    4/17/2014

    Could the software community’s popular “hackathons” lend a hand to medical technology as well? By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  9. Implementation Cost Deters E-Prescribing
    4/17/2014

    Despite the benefits of e-prescribing, a recent study published in Perspectives in Health Information Management says high cost is the biggest barrier to adoption. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  10. Moving From Data Capturing To Data Management
    4/17/2014

    Kodak Alaris develops new software for intelligent document management. By Christine Kern, contributing writer