Looking Back at the Last Decade of Health IT – Healthcare IT Today Podcast Episode 26

Healthcare IT Today

For the 26th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, and we’re taking a look back at the last decade of Health IT. Hard to believe that it’s almost 2020, but as we enter the new decade join us as we look back. Another decade is almost in the books and so we take a look […] We're coming to the end of a decade and a lot has happened with Health IT. Government Regulations – Meaningful Use. Healthcare Consolidation.

Successfully Approaching M&As in Healthcare IT

HiTech Answers

By Angela Pierce - Over the past couple of years, there have been around 200 merger and acquisition (M&A) deals in the healthcare IT space, driven by high enterprise value and the sheer size of the industry. The post Successfully Approaching M&As in Healthcare IT appeared first on HITECH Answers: Meaningful Use, EHR, HIPAA News. Health Information Technology AirStrip Angela Pierce Interoperability Mobile Health Matters


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2019: Healthcare IT gains new ground

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

2019: Year in Review It's been an eventful year for health IT. Of course, that's been the case every year over the past decade since the first meaningful use checks were mailed out, kickstarting the digital healthcare age as we know it. As we look back on 2019, it's worth remembering how far the industry has traveled to get here. -- Mike Miliard, Editor. by Healthcare IT News November 22, 2019.

All my HIMSS coverage in one place

Meaningful HIT News

It’s a nice mix of news, features, analysis and commentary. Tavenner: 2014 is your last chance for a hardship exemption for Meaningful Use 2 (Feb. Google Glass startup expecting third healthcare client in less than 6 months (Feb. DeSalvo: True EHR interoperability – and a national HIE – is possible by 2017 (Feb. Interoperability Showcase uses car crash to show how connected data really can improve patient care (March 5).

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Our 2018 Health IT Wish List

HiTech Answers

By Mobile Health Matters - The healthcare IT industry enters 2018 with a lot of potential, along with the need to overcome structures that have historically stunted progress. What is on our health IT wish list? The post Our 2018 Health IT Wish List appeared first on HITECH Answers: Meaningful Use, EHR, HIPAA News. Health Information Technology AirStrip Angela Pierce Aparna Bala Health IT Innovation Interoperability Mobile Health Matters Nancy Pratt

Who will regulate mHealth? Patient Engagement at Crossroads; New Alliance Takes On Interoperability

Chilmark Research

As we’ve reported in a previous post , HIMSS13 afforded enormous buzz and less enlightenment regarding the state of health IT, particularly the four key areas we see as essential to this industry making a true difference in patient care. Enter Happtique and its Health App Certification Program. However, as both regulator and marketplace for many of the apps that it regulates, Happtique could end up in a very sticky situation.

Unifying the Healthcare Assembly Line

Mobile Health Matters

healthcare system is actually strong: we have some of the world’s best hospitals and doctors. Individual service lines can provide attentive and effective care, whether it is cardiology, endocrinology or oncology. Think of healthcare as a variety of assembly lines, all located in different warehouses. Each provider may use a separate IT system, with each system pulling from various data sources.

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Judy Faulkner talks lessons learned from Epic's COVID-19 response

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

"The pandemic has taught us that there are some massive failures in the American healthcare delivery system," said Halvorson. It takes a lot longer than three days to put a brand-new system in! But then we figured, "OK, we have to figure out how to do it.