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It Seems I Was Really Right About The Purpose Of The PCEHR. It Is Nothing To Do With Helping Provide Doctors The Tools They Need.

This tender appeared a few days ago:Request for Expression of Interest for a Framework for secondary uses of My Health Record.ATM ID Health/041/1516Agency Department of HealthCategory 80101504 - Strategic planning consultation servicesClose...Show More Summary

Liberia Backslides in Ebola Fight; Records First Death Since Being Declared Virus-Free

A 15-year-old boy in Liberia died of Ebola on Monday, according to health officials, marking the first case of the virus since the country was declared free of the disease in September. The death was also the first Ebola fatality since July. Show More Summary

Goldman Finally Looks At The Freight Charts, Raises Alarm About The "Broader Health Of The US Economy"

In the first days of November, we showed that global trade is in freefall with "China Container Freight At Record Low; Rail Traffic Tumbles, Trucking Slows Down." Now, Goldman has finally caught up, and writes that "indicators of freight...Show More Summary

A Radical Policy Proposal: Go Easy On Older Docs

By DIANE EVANS, MD Through Dec. 15, federal regulators will accept public comments on the next set of rules that will shape the future of medicine in the transition to a super information highway for Electronic Health Records (EHRs).  For health providers, this is a time to speak out. One idea:  Why not suggest options

LeBron James thinks the Warriors owe their success to good ‘health

If the Golden State Warriors beat the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday, they’ll set a new all-time record for the best start to an NBA season by going 16-0. While undoubtedly their success wouldn’t be possible without its talented roster, Cavaliers star LeBron James thinks the real key for the Warriors has been good health. “I think […]

It is Time to Kill Meaningful Use: A 25 Point Manifesto

By HAYWARD ZWERLING, MD Over the last half decade, the Federal Government has successfully convinced a majority of physicians and hospitals to begin using electronic health records by providing $30+ billion dollars in subsidies to those who use an ONC Certified electronic health record (EHR) according to the “Meaningful Use” guidelines. Although the physician community

NEHTA Reveals Just How Clumsy The PCEHR Will Always Be. It Is Just Going To Be An Ever Bigger Pile Of Separate Documents.

NEHTA published this little piece of ‘news’ last week.Shared Health Summary Versus Event Summary Created on Tuesday, 17 November 2015 In the eHealth record system, the Shared Health Summary and the Event Summary are two separate clinical...Show More Summary

Pawprint Manages Your Pet’s Health Data

iOS/Android: Pets—they’re just like us! Well, sort of. They’re harrier and their breath smells worse, but they have vital records, just like we do, and Pawprint makes sure you keep track of all of those records in one spot. Read mor...

Dry Bulk Shipping Record Low a Warning for Global Economy

A slump in dry bulk shipping is set to worsen as the meltdown in global commodities and too many ships free for hire rock the sector used by investors to gauge the health of world trade.

What Happens to In-House Lawyers When Companies Merge?

If you don't already work for a corporate Goliath, you may soon. From health care to tech to hospitality, corporate mergers and acquisitions are skyrocketing. They'll soon outpace the $4.6 trillion record set in 2007, the Los Angeles Times reports. But when two companies merge, what happens to their......

Google Fit A More Complete Fitness App With Latest Update

Google today announced changes to its Google Fit app that it believes make the service a better health and fitness companion. Google Fit now provides real-time stats for runs, walks, or rides, and can better record speed, pace, route, elevation, and more. Show More Summary

Planned Parenthood Gears Up For 2016 Amid Mounting Attacks

WASHINGTON -- Planned Parenthood’s political arm launched its 2016 election program on Tuesday, signaling that it will hold accountable candidates who have a record of attacking the organization and reproductive health care access. The...Show More Summary

Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel to resign after 2015 season due to health reasons

In 15 seasons with the Tigers, Pinkel posted a 117-71 record. Missouri head football coach Gary Pinkel will resign at the end of the season due to health reasons, the school announced in a statement Friday. He was diagnosed with lymphoma...Show More Summary

Believe it or not, most young physicians love their electronic health records

As more hospitals move to electronic health records (EHRs), many physicians have started writing about their growing discontent with the new systems. Authors have declared that EHRs are poorly designed, inefficient, lead to over-billing, and are downright dangerous. When my supervising physicians gripe about this, I mainly nod along to avoid conflict. But I have […]

Colleges Don’t Always Keep Medical Records Private

If you don’t want your parents to know about your medical care—for example, if you’re getting STI tests or seeking mental health treatment and want them to butt out—go to an off-campus hospital. Read more...

Health IT: Damaging patient satisfaction one click at a time

The use of information technology in health care holds so much promise, and potential yet to be realized. Ask any front line physician and they will list electronic medical records (EMRs) as one of their biggest daily frustrations. A brilliant video by Zubin Damania, also known as ZDoggMD, recently parodied the current situation and the […]

Infographic — Implementing Electronic Health Records

The benefits of electronic health records have been well-documented, such as improved care coordination and efficiency. However, regulations involving their use have made them the subject of controversy in today’s health information landscape. Show More Summary

Even China's State News Agency Thinks the Pollution "Doomsday" Has Arrived

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Pollution levels in northeast China are breaking records. In fact, the air quality being recored in the city of Shenyang is 50 times what the World Health Organization (WHO) says is safe for breathing. China’s state news agency is comparing conditions to the end of the world. Read more...

The boy who cried wolf: Drug alerts in the ER

WASHINGTON --To prevent a single adverse drug event, one commercial electronic health record opioid warning system fired off 123 unnecessary and clinically inconsequential alerts, according to the results of a new study published online...Show More Summary

What They Really Think of Us (Swiss Version) - Novartis CEO Would Not Commit to Changing Company Behavior After Latest of Multiple Legal Settlements

The huge corporations which now dominate global health care are creating amazing records of repeated ethical misadventures. We last discussed multinational Swiss based pharmaceutical manufacturer Novartis' escapades in early 2014. Since...Show More Summary

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