Through various different initiatives, EHR interoperability is taking off across the healthcare industry.
Remote patient consultations and monitoring would strengthen the patient-physician relationship
Almost 90% of physicians have experienced provider burnout, and regulations like meaningful use might be to blame.
The explosion of online health-care apps and providers has forced states to face tough questions -- many of which they have yet to find an answer to.
365 days since the launch of eHealth Ireland, Chief Clinical Information Officer Yvonne Goff writes an exclusive progress report
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Scott Mace, for HealthLeaders Media , February 2, 2016
Lancaster Regional Medical Center's EHR could not produce a usable summary-of-care document—until it brought in software that generates and tracks referral options. In two years, out-of-network leakage is down 20% and savings exceed $1 million.
John Commins, for HealthLeaders Media , February 2, 2016
A drop in the percentage of IT budgets that is directed toward electronic health records systems signals a shift in focus. Now it's on broader business problems and on operational efficiencies, research suggests.
A new survey finds that three-quarters of people with heart disease are finding value in activity trackers, but few are using them in the first place.
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