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Arcadia Healthcare Appoints Karl Stubelis As New Chief Financial Officer

Arcadia Healthcare Solutions, a electronic health record (EHR) and claims data aggregation and population health management technology company, has appointed Karl Stubelis as its new chief financial officer. Prior to Arcadia, Stubelis served as senior vice president and CFO at athenahealth. Show More Summary

Study Pioneers Use Of Pharmacogenomic Data In Electronic Health Record

Nearly 1 out of every 3 American adults has high blood pressure. About 70 percent of them take medication for their condition

eClinicalWorks Launches healow Kids App to Connect Parents with Their Child’s Pediatrician

Today, eClinicalWorks has announced its healow Kids mobile app, which helps connects parents with their child’s pediatrician. The app, which is fully integrated with the eClinicalWorks Electronic Health Record (EHR), helps parents keep...Show More Summary

Mayo Clinic implements Epic at Mayo Clinic Health System sites in Wisconsin

ROCHESTER, Minn. – Mayo Clinic has started the process of moving to a single, integrated electronic health record and billing system with the implementation of Epic at its Mayo Clinic Health System sites in Wisconsin. Mayo Clinic Health System sites in Wisconsin began implementing Epic last weekend. Mayo Clinic Health System sites in Minnesota are […]

Providers: Do We Have To Define Population Health To Make It Useful?

Editor’s Note: Richard Sullivan is the chief operations officer for Medsphere Systems Corporation, the solution provider for the OpenVista electronic health record. Maybe the initial challenge of population health is deciding exactly what that phrase means. Show More Summary

Neal Patterson, Billionaire Who Helped Shape Electronic Health Records, Dies At 67

Facing his own illness, Patterson became an advocate for getting patients' access to their own data. "It’s time for the patient to be part of the team," Patterson he said. "They have to be part of the team. We’re going to make it easier to care for us.”

For sale: any Australian's full health record for a mere $22

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

A hacker who appears to have ongoing, continuous access to Australia's electronic health care records is selling access to any full record for 0.0089 bitcoin, or about USD22. (more…)

The Battle to Get Gender Identity Into Your Health Records

A decade ago, most electronic health care records collected just one piece of gender-related data: sex. Here's how that changed.

How to fix the EHR mess we’re in

Computers, more specifically, electronic health records (EHRs), will someday revolutionize the practice of medicine. In fact, successful computerization of medical care is the most critical step necessary to transform the American health care system from its current sorry state to the 21st-century system of our dreams. It is ironic, then, that today EHRs represent one […]

A Few Ideas Are Starting To Emerge To Assist With EHR Frustrations. A Good Thing.

This appeared a few days ago:Why doctors hate electronic records — and what could change thatBy Dominic Fracassa June 12, 2017 Updated: June 12, 2017 3:19pm The health care industrial complex has spent billions of dollars and untoldShow More Summary

Researchers call for better quality and consistency of electronic health record studies

(Swansea University) We need improved quality of recording asthma diagnosis and events if the UK is to effectively use the very considerable potential locked within electronic health records to promote improvements in asthma care and catalyze research.

3 Reasons Why Cloud Computing Makes It Easier on Hospital Administrators

Editor’s Note: Richard Sullivan is the chief operations officer for Medsphere Systems Corporation, the solution provider for the OpenVista electronic health record. Is there anyone left to passionately defend onsite data centers? Perhaps, but attendance at advocacy meetings is probably sparse. Show More Summary

Health insurance startup Oscar has a new way to get all your medical details in one place

Oscar Health, the $2.7 billion health-insurance startup, is joining the ranks of businesses trying to pull healthcare data into a single platform that might be accessible to doctors treating a patient. Electronic health records allow doctors to get some information about your medical history. Show More Summary

Shulkin: VA will adopt DoD’s health records system

David sends us a link to the Washington Times which reports that VA Secretary David J. Shulkin announced last night the Veterans’ Affairs Department will adopt the same electronic healthcare records filing system that the Department of Defense uses so the two can more easily transfer records. I know this doesn’t seem like a big […]

VA sec'y: New system of electronic health records underway

The Department of Veterans Affairs will be overhauling its electronic health records, adopting a commercial product used by the Pentagon that he hopes will improve care for veterans and reduce … Click to Continue »

What’s Next for Electronic Health Records?

With the Department of Justice announcement of the $155 million dollar eClinicalWorks settlement (including personal liability for the CEO, CMO and COO), many stakeholders are wondering what’s next for EHRs. Clearly the industry is in a state of transition. Show More Summary

Why health IT is such a tragedy

I’ve spent a lot of time writing about the suboptimal nature of electronic medical records and what we need to be doing better. At their best, health care information technology systems can make finding patient medical data unbelievably quick and easy. However, at their worst, they take up an unacceptable amount of physicians’ time and also […]

5 Lessons Learned From The WannaCry Ransomware Attacks for Hospitals

  Editor’s Note: Richard Sullivan is chief government and revenue officer for Medsphere Systems Corporation, the solution provider for the OpenVista electronic health record. Will information technology ever realize an imagined future...Show More Summary

Machine learning may help in early identification of severe sepsis

(American Thoracic Society) A machine-learning algorithm has the capability to identify hospitalized patients at risk for severe sepsis and septic shock using data from electronic health records (EHRs), according to a study presented at the 2017 American Thoracic Society International Conference. Show More Summary

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