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Podcast: mHealth Initiative’s Peter Waegemann

In 2009, after 25 years of moving “Toward an Electronic Patient Record” (TEPR), the Medical Records Institute disbanded and its founder, Peter Waegemann, shifted his focus to mobile healthcare by creating the mHealth Initiative. TEPR had grown into a rather substantial event, peaking at 3,800 attendees in 2004, when newly appointed national health IT coordinator [...] Related posts: Podcas
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Podcast: Panel discussion on mobile healthcare

Medical / Healthcare IT : Neil Versel's Healthcare IT Blog (4 years ago)

Nearly two months ago, I was honored to be a participant in the closing panel session at the mHealth Initiative’s 2nd mHealth Networking Conference in San Diego. I happened to record the audio of that session directly off the sound ... Read Post

Percentage of Primary Care Physicians Using Electronic Records Doubles in Past Two Years

Medical / Healthcare IT : EMR Daily News (3 years ago)

The nation’s healthcare system is accelerating its move toward electronic health records and the ability to be able to share medical information electronically, with the number of doctors using electronic records doubling in the las... Read Post

Check out the latest Health Wonk Review

Medical / Healthcare IT : Neil Versel's Healthcare IT Blog (4 years ago)

The newest edition of the blog carnival Health Wonk Review is up, courtesy of David Williams and his Health Business Blog. My podcast with Peter Waegemann of the mHealth Initiative made this biweekly review of healthcare commentary ... Read Post


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