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Health Innovation Media Interview: John Moore at Health 2.0 2016

At the recent Health 2.0 event in Santa Clara, Douglas Goldstein, eFuturist, caught up with our founder and Managing Partner to debrief on the event and some of the major trends currently affecting the healthcare industry and health IT adoption. … Read more ›

Podcast: Scot Silverstein talks health IT safety risks

In a sidebar to the September cover story I did for Healthcare IT News, I reviewed some of the work of Scot Silverstein, M.D., who has long been chronicling problems with EHRs and other health IT systems. Unfortunately, he wasn’t available...Show More Summary

Podcast: Care Innovations CEO Sean Slovenski on his company’s Validation Institute

PALO ALTO, Calif. — I’m out here in the Bay Area, in part because Intel-GE Care Innovations invited me to be one of six judges of its first-ever “hackathon” this past weekend. (Full disclosure: Care Innovations paid my travel expenses,...Show More Summary

Podcast: Greenway Health CEO Tee Green on interoperability, consumerism and more

Health IT vendor Greenway Health recently finished its rollout of a cloud-based EHR to all 8,200 Walgreens stores in the U.S. When I was offered the chance to interview CEO Wyche T. “Tee” Green III about this, I decided to take it aShow More Summary

Podcast: Owen Tripp, CEO of Grand Rounds

Yesterday, Grand Rounds, a San Francisco-based startup that makes an “outcomes management platform” for large employer groups, introduced Office Visits, an online service that helps consumers find “quality” physicians close to home.Show More Summary

Podcast: HIMSS CEO Steve Lieber, 2014 edition

It’s time for my annual podcast interview with HIMSS President and CEO Steve Lieber, this time from the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., on the day before the official opening of the 2014 HIMSS Conference, rather than...Show More Summary

Podcast: Telehealth for Parkinson’s care

Two months ago, I interviewed neurologist Ray Dorsey, M.D., co-director of the Center for Human Experimental Therapeutics at the University of Rochester, for a story I wrote based on a study he led. He had a lot of interesting things...Show More Summary

The Symptoms Of Poor Governance In The E-Health Domain Just Keep Emerging. Really Needs To Be Fixed In The PCEHR Review.

There was a very interesting talk on the ABC’s Health Report last Monday,Here is the home page of the talk with links (lasts about 8 mins). in health...Show More Summary

Building Unity Farm - The Sounds of Unity Farm

Since moving to the farm in April of 2012, I've posted many pictures of our efforts to create a working farm in Sherborn, Massachusetts. Although it's winter, the farm still bustles with activity. To give you a sense of what I experience...Show More Summary

Podcast: MMRGlobal’s Bob Lorsch addresses the ‘patent troll’ issue

Two weeks ago, I picked apart a terribly misleading, ideologically steeped Fox News story that wrongly linked the initial failure of the Affordable Care Act insurance exchange to the Meaningful Use EHR incentive program. Show More Summary

Podcast: A quick chat with Farzad Mostashari

Friday is the last day on the job for departing national health IT coordinator Dr. Farzad Mostashari, who is stepping down after four years with the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, including theShow More Summary

Podcast: HIMSS CEO Steve Lieber: 2013 edition

Once again, as has become custom, I sat down with HIMSS CEO Steve Lieber at the organization’s Chicago headquarters the week before the annual HIMSS conference to discuss the conference as well as important trends and issues in the health IT industry. Show More Summary

Stage 2 Meaningful Use - Patient Engagement and HIE

Some of the most important changes in the rules for Stage 2 Meaningful Use and the 2014 Edition Standards & Certification Criteria (S&CC) are around patient engagement and health information exchange. While these requirements were backed off some from the proposed rule, there is still a strong emphasis on these aspects of the program. Show More Summary

Project HealthDesign and Patient-generated Data [Video]

Libby Dowdall, Communications Coordinator, Project HealthDesign National Program Office Throughout Project HealthDesign’s history, our grantee teams have worked closely with patients in order to explore the potential of personal health records (PHRs) and personal health data. As our first nine...

The ABC Is Covering The E-Health Program More Regularly It Seems. A Good Thing Indeed.

The World Today had coverage again today. Again a few more concerns being aired. 12:42:00 05/06/2012 E-health records spark litigation fears Just weeks away from the proposed July 1 start date for personally controlled e-health records, and there's still furious division over how the scheme should operate. Show More Summary

ABC Radio National Covers The Roll Out Of the NEHRS (PCEHR) and The Report Is Pretty Sceptical.

The following segment was heard on The World Today at around lunchtime. 12:18:00 17/05/2012 AMA flags problems with E-records, six weeks before roll-out The Australian Medical Association says 'all singing, all dancing' patient controlled electronic health records won't be available, when the new system starts in July. Show More Summary

Supreme Court Arguments On Medicaid Expansion

The final arguments before the Supreme Court on the health reform legislation dealt with the expansion of Medicaid. The one-hour session on Medicaid was the last part of the court's historic three-day, six-hour set of hearings on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010. Show More Summary

Supreme Court Arguments On Individual Mandate

The audio and transcripts from the Supreme Court Tuesday, March 27, 2012 arguments on the challenge to the individual mandate included in the health reform legislation have been made available on the Supreme Court website. They are posted below. Show More Summary

Podcast: HIMSS CEO Steve Lieber previews HIMSS12

I’m about to head to the airport for my flight to Las Vegas and HIMSS12. As has become customary before each year’s HIMSS conference, I sat down with H. Stephen Lieber, CEO of HIMSS, this past week to discuss the state of health IT and what to expect at the big event. The timing of [...]Show More Summary

Podcast: UPMC informatics leader Shrestha talks accountable care, business intelligence

Did you happen to catch my InformationWeek Healthcare story about how UPMC believes it has the roadmap in place to achieve true accountable care? Well, here’s the rest of the story. Last week, Nuance Communications invited me to Pittsburgh for a tour of the Center for Connected Medicine, an impressive, high-tech showcase on the 60th [...]Show More Summary

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