EHR Implementation, Security, New Product News

Electronic health record vendors are not adhering to usability testing standards for their EHR products and are failing to meet federally mandated user-centered design requirements, despite the EHRs being certified by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT for meeting requirements of the Meaningful Use program.  More »
A not-for-profit startup company is finding a niche in Mississippi, offering telemedicine services in a variety of underserved areas while crafting partnerships that link patients in rural areas with providers.  read more »
The Department of Defense contends that it has met electronic health record interoperability requirements called for in the Fiscal Year 2014 National Defense Authorization Act. But the bar for interoperability remains low, critics say.  read more »
2015 has been a challenging year for the healthcare IT community. It’s given us a lot to cover this year. Like a lot of news, it’s not always good news. But it’s also a measure of how far the industry has come.  read more »
Radiology departments once were a lode of recurring revenue for healthcare organizations earning their dollars through billing volume. Now, these same expensive investments have to provide value to the enterprise as it shifts to containing costs.  read more »

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