Fri.Mar 22, 2019

Gottlieb’s farewell tour continues

Morning eHealth

Congress: letters and hearings — Privacy watch


Smart View Health Check Simplifying Registry Settings


Have you ever been working in Excel using the Smart View addin and when you go to refresh Excel crashes or your retrieval stops? Well, one contributor could be your internet registry settings. I can hear you saying: “What? Internet settings cannot be the issue… I’m working in Excel!”


Weekender 3/22/19

HIStalk Weekender

Weekly News Recap. A Reddit “Ask Me Anything” with Providence St. Joseph Health EVP / Chief Digital Officer and venture fund manager Aaron Martin gets ugly with charges of layoffs and a hostile work environment for female employees.

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Digital will Drive Access to Healthcare

New Age Healthcare

I ndia’s Healthcare system is fragmented, the country is too diverse and large for a single unified system. Each state has its own healthcare Public Health programs, schemes. The Central Govt provides majority of the funds but the implementation largely rests with the States. More financially well-to-do and literate States are independent in their decision making and show better outcomes. However, we can still aim for standardized protocols and interoperability.

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Report: UPS plans to test new service to deliver vaccines in patients' homes


UPS is preparing to test a service in the U.S. later this year that would send nurses to vaccinate adults in their homes, Reuters reported on Thursday. While UPS didn't say which vaccine it would be using in the project, the news organization confirmed with pharma giant Merck that it is looking at participating in the initiative.

How Telepsych Can Work Even If You Use Paper Records

Iris Telehealth

Telepsychiatry and paper records aren't mutually exclusive. We know it can work because our partners have successfully done it. Learn how it can work for you in our blog. The post How Telepsych Can Work Even If You Use Paper Records appeared first on Iris Telehealth

MedStar Health to pay $35M settlement in kickback case


Maryland-based MedStar Health has agreed to pay $35 million to settle allegations that it paid kickbacks to a cardiology group in exchange for referrals