These influential individuals and organizations are leading the charge for positive change in health IT.
According to our fourth annual Community Hospital Health IT Survey, MU is creating a new breed of unique challenges for small, rural hospitals — challenges that may require drastic changes to address.
Former hospital employee takes admission logs out of California hospital, causing a breach of 6,000 records. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
When compared to third-world healthcare, EHRs prove to be infinitely more valuable. But that doesn’t mean EHRs can’t be improved. By Linda M. Girgis, MD, FAAFP
Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shows jobs in the health information management field will grow by more than 40,000 by 2022. By Katie Wike, contributing writer
Kodak Alaris develops new software for intelligent document management. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
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.
According to HIMSS, 6 percent of hospitals are still using paper records rather than EHR software. By Katie Wike, contributing writer
Five useful tips to avoid being “Targeted. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
The 2014 HIMSS Leadership Survey found two thirds of hospitals are increasing their IT budgets for this year. By Katie Wike, contributing writer
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