Current Headlines

  1. CIOs: EHRs Suffer From Poor Usability
    10/31/2014

    A Frost & Sullivan survey has found CIOs believe EHRs have many problems - especially when it comes to usability. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  2. Telehealth Use Grows Worldwide
    10/31/2014

    Europe saw 4.7 million people use connected care solutions to monitor their health last year. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  3. Real-Time Analytics Provide Early Warning
    10/31/2014

    IBM and AirStrip are teaming up to provide streaming analytics and improve quality of care for chronically ill patients. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  4. Mobile Overcomes Communication Challenges
    10/31/2014

    An Accenture survey has found mHealth is key to alleviating communication problems in healthcare organizations, especially for nurses. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  5. 90% Of Executives Say Big Data Is Key
    10/31/2014

    While the majority of executives believe Big Data is essential for their business, few actually use it for predictive analytics. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  6. EHR Replacement Simplified
    10/31/2014

    Replacing an electronic health record system can be a huge decision. What are the factors your organization needs to consider, and how do you know you’ve chosen the right one? By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  7. HHS Offers Docs $840 MIllion In Incentives
    10/30/2014

    HHS Secretary Sylvia M Burwell has announced an $840 million initiative with the goal of improving care and lowering costs. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  8. EHR + HIE = 90% Medication Accuracy
    10/30/2014

    EHRs have a better rate of medication accuracy when paired with a community HIE. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  9. Henry Ford Innovation Names Health App Winners
    10/30/2014

    Thirty teams submitted ideas for wearable sensor apps in Davidson Digital Health Challenge. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  10. HealthCare.gov’s New EZ Form Cannot Be Used By Legal Immigrants
    10/30/2014

    Some opponents criticize the move as yet another hurdle for immigrants in obtaining healthcare. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

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