Featured Document Management Articles

  1. Stirring The Health IT Pot

    In this, my 200th opinion column for Health IT Outcomes, I take a look back at some of the most controversial articles I’ve written to date and the valuable responses they have generated from our readers.

  2. 2 Of 3 Hospitals Increasing 2014 IT Budgets

    The 2014 HIMSS Leadership Survey found two thirds of hospitals are increasing their IT budgets for this year. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  3. The Quest For Evidence At HIMSS14

    A clear sense of urgency to gather actionable health data that improves care and cuts costs was on display at this year’s HIMSS conference. Here are a few of my key observations and takeaways from the event.

  4. My 6 Must-See HIMSS14 Sessions

    I only have time to see a tiny fraction of the hundreds of educational sessions and keynotes on tap for HIMSS14, but these are the six I’m making sure to carve out time for in my schedule.

  5. Top 10 Health IT Trends For 2014

    By the closest margin in the history of our survey, Stage 2 EHR Meaningful Use edges out ICD-10 Compliance as the top health IT initiative among healthcare providers for 2014.

  6. What’s New At HIMSS14?

    Several new attractions make their debut at the Annual HIMSS Conference and Exhibition this year. Here are the ones I’m most looking forward to.

  7. Now’s The Time For Intelligent Document Scanning

    An upcoming webinar presented by ECM Connection outlines 5 Reasons There Has Never Been A Better Time For Intelligent Document Scanning By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  8. New Year, New Name, New Look

    As editor in chief, I’m thrilled to bring you the first issue of our magazine to be produced under our new moniker of Health IT Outcomes! It’s been a long journey to this point, and wouldn’t have been possible without the tireless dedication of our entire staff. We hope you enjoy the results.

  9. Digital Documentation Grows In 2013

    Nearly half a million records were shared through esMD in 2013, according to CMS By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  10. Hospital Combines Technologies To Improve Patient Quality Of Life

    Implementation enables doctors to observe surgical instruments and exact target location during operation in real time, allowing patients to sleep through surgery and reduce anxiety associated By Wendy Grafius, contributing writer