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Imaging Informatics Solutions Provider ClearCanvas Debuts Vendor Neutral PACS Cleome

Press Release | ClearCanvas Inc. | September 10, 2013

ClearCanvas introduces its unique new vendor neutral PACS, Cleome, to its portfolio of commercial products. This web-based breakthrough solution features fast diagnostic viewing of all medical images using zero-footprint HTML5, anytime, anywhere. Read More »

White House Officials: To Manage the Government, Open Its Data

Jack Corrigan | Next Gov | September 26, 2017

White House officials see standardizing federal data as a crucial step to making government more effective and efficient. Opening that data to the public could also spur economic growth, they said. “Open data is not just a transparency exercise,” said acting Federal Chief Information Officer Margie Graves. “It really is integral to the management of government itself. Everybody recognizes that this is the platform on which we have to build our house”...

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'Hidden' Med School Curriculum Hurts Empathetic Care

Alicia Caramenico | FierceHealthcare | June 10, 2013

With April research showing medical interns spend very little time directly caring for patients, medical education is getting more bad press. Read More »

10 Questions For Obama’s Chief Technology Officer

John Harwood | New York Times | July 8, 2013

[Todd Park's] role has taken on heightened importance after several recent developments, including the implementation of the new health care law, efforts to reduce the backlog in Department of Veterans Affairs claims processing, and privacy issues raised by disclosures about data collection by the National Security Agency. Read More »

27 Statistics On Ambulatory EHRs, Practice Management Solutions

Anuja Vaidya | Becker's Hospital Review | June 5, 2013

Forty-six percent of U.S. physician groups plan to join a health information exchange, according to the "5th Annual U.S. Ambulatory Electronic Health Record & Practice Management Study," released by HIMSS Analytics, a non-profit subsidiary of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society. Read More »

5 Strategies For Implementing Data Analytics In Hospitals

Sabrina Rodak | Becker's Hospital Review | October 24, 2011

Since the advent of the Internet, people have been able to access a significant amount of information with the click of a computer mouse. As technology becomes more ingrained in healthcare delivery, providers are facing the quandary of how to glean useful information from the enormous amount of data available through electronic health records, computerized provider order entry and other databases. Read More »

7 billion Reasons Apple Gets Health

Johnny Evans | Computerworld | February 11, 2014

The personal medical devices gold rush has begun. Apple is investing heavily to deliver solutions for the sector, recruiting expert health technologists to help product development. Why? Read More »

7 Predictions For The Future Of Health Care Technology

Sean Mehra | Center for Health Value Innovation | June 23, 2013

I’ve got an awesome job. Every day, I envision the future of healthcare and strategize how innovative technologies can transform how we give and receive care and, ultimately, make the world a happier and healthier place. Read More »

81% Health Professionals Are Investing In New Technology

Staff Writer | TheInformationDaily.com | April 24, 2013

Ricoh research has revealed that 81% of healthcare professionals across the UK and Europe belong to organisations investing in new technologies. Read More »

9 Ways Health IT – Beyond EHRs – Helps Patients

Kristine Martin Anderson | Government Health IT | December 12, 2011

Even among very knowledgeable people, the concept of health information technology is often equated with its most familiar element, “electronic health records.” Adoption of electronic health records are a critical first step to realizing the transformational power of Health IT – but getting out of paper enables even greater HIT capabilities. Read More »

A Single-Payer System Would Reduce U.S. Health Care Costs

Ed Weisbart | Virtual Mentor | November 1, 2012

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is introducing insurance reforms that will improve the lives of millions of Americans, but we need to go much further to solve the crisis in health care. Read More »

A Standard Model For Evaluating Return On Investment From Electronic Health Record Implementation

Jonathan Perlin | Health Affairs Blog | January 6, 2014

The Institute of Medicine (IOM) Roundtable on Value and Science-Driven Healthcare views electronic health information as a pillar for the improved effectiveness, efficiency and safety of health care.  Information is also fundamental to the concept of a “learning health system,” which IOM has described as having the capacity both to apply and generate scientific evidence in the delivery of care. [...] Read More »

Agencies Aren't Honest About Tech Spending And Risks, Auditor Says

Joseph Marks | Nextgov | June 11, 2013

Better information technology management could save taxpayers $10 billion within five years, the government's top technology auditor told lawmakers Tuesday. But getting there will require agencies to be more open about what they're spending on IT and what they're actually getting for that investment. Read More »

AHRQ Eyes Quality Improvement Project

Erin McCann | Government Health IT | January 7, 2013

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) has requested that the Office of Management and Budget approve funding for a new information collecting project aimed at bolstering efficiency and value in hospitals and medical offices. Read More »

AMIA: 10 Ways To Improve EHR Safety, Usability

Ashley Gold | FierceEMR | January 31, 2013

In response to questions about efficacy and safety of electronic health records, the American Medical Informatics Association published a position paper in its journal outlining 10 ways to reduce errors, imcrease patient safety and improve efficiency. Read More »