- IBM and Epic
- Computer Sciences Corp., partnered with HP and Allscripts
- Cerner, Leidos, Accenture Federal and Intermountain Healthcare
- PwC withGeneral Dynamics Information Technology, DSS Inc., Medsphere, and Google
The latest EHR Incentive Programs update from CMS estimates how meaningful use penalties will affect eligible professionals in 2015.
Experts warn 2015 could be 'Year of the Healthcare Hack'
Cheryl Clark, for HealthLeaders Media , February 10, 2015
Implantable devices that fight obesity and diabetes and 3D printers that produce human tissues and organs are among the technologies and strategies healthcare executives should be considering, according to the ECRI Institute.
Scott Mace, for HealthLeaders Media , February 10, 2015
But will the massive data breach really signal that business as usual is over when it comes to healthcare data security?
- by Lance Whitney
- February 10, 2015 6:50 AM PST
- Turning big data into "actionable data": Remote patient monitoring is growing, and it's a great way for systems to incorporate analytics, Scher says. Those kinds of data sets could help suggest ways to change a patient's lifestyle or care. "This is a far cry from the provider receiving a deluge of useless data for analysis," he writes. "This type of analytics can also incorporate clinical decision support based on evidence-based medicine."
- Educational material CMS has for covered entities on its website were found helpful by all 28 stakeholders
- CMS' ICD-10 website to aid small practices, Road to 10, was found helpful by 17 of the 28 stakeholders
- Tools to help providers know which codes to use in the new system were only found helpful by six of the stakeholders