Featured Healthcare Content

  1. How CDI Can Save Your Healthcare IT Clients Money

    If you’re looking for a way to provide some very straight forward benefits to your clients’ revenue, clinical documentation improvement (CDI) is one of your best bets, and an example from a rural, Northern Arizona hospital could help change their minds about the potential CDI has for their facility.

  2. Your Healthcare IT Clients Employees: Surprisingly Open To Workplace Wearables

    Your clients are likely inundated with exciting new advances and growth in the healthcare arena. It can be difficult for them to decide which technologies and initiatives would have real impact on their businesses, but thankfully, employee feedback can help get them going in a productive direction.

  3. AAFP Looks For Less Burden With Healthcare Solution Interoperability

    The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) is going to bat for its members and using commentary requested by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) to push for less of a burden from interoperability on providers.

  4. Will The Telemedicine Draft Bill Mean A Growing Market For VARs?

    Telemedicine is addressed in a draft bill being circulated by a working group of House Energy And Commerce Committee members, according to HIMSS.

  5. HITRUST Forms Cybersecurity Group

    The Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST), a collaborative organization that works with healthcare, business, technology, and information security leaders to establish frameworks for the management of personal health and financial information, has turned its focus to cybersecurity.

  6. Senators Question Failed HIEs

    The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) is facing criticism of its programs from three senators who have been active critics of the programs in the past.

  7. Healthcare IT News For VARs — January 30, 2015

    In this week’s news, Healthcare.gov faces questions over consumer data use, a group denies the possibility ICD-9 will skip directly to ICD-11, and legislators debate the March deadline mandating many prescriptions in New York State to be issued electronically.


  8. Patient Monitoring Market To Hit $5 Billion By 2020

    A recent report from iData Research indicates that the remote patient monitoring and telemedicine market will reach a size of $5 billion by 2020.

  9. Cromnibus Will Affect Regulations Your Healthcare IT Clients Must Meet

    The Cromnibus is a combination of a short-term continuing resolution and long-term omnibus spending bill that was signed into law by President Barack Obama on December 17, 2014. Accompanying it was an explanatory statement that included instructions to the ONC focused on improving the interoperability of EHRs.

  10. FHIR Could Change How Health Data Is Transferred

    The future of EHR (electronic health records) and interoperability could be changing, all thanks to a new set of standards that takes a different approach to how health data is transferred.

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