Reflecting on the Tenure of HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius

April 11, 2014 - Health Data Management asked healthcare CIOs, consultants and attorneys for comment on the tenure of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, who soon will resign after serving the nation for five years. Here is a snapshot of thoughts:

Michigan Hospital Breach Linked to Identity Theft Case

March 14, 2014 - DMC Harper University Hospital in Detroit, part of nine-hospital Detroit Medical Center, has notified 1,087 patients that protected health information was discovered during a police investigation into identity theft.

Meaningful Use Web Seminar Targets Nurse Practitioners

Banner Replies to HDM Coverage of a Breach

HIT Policy Committee Cuts 30% of Initial Stage 3 Recommendations

CMS Clarifies Vendor Issues Considered for Stage 2 Hardship Exemptions

Computer Theft Puts Data of 168K L.A. County Patients at Risk

Stage 2 Lab Reporting Could Raise Public Health Workloads

Clinton: Bring Back Evidence-Based Debates With Good Data

ONC Proposes 2015 Edition of EHR Technology Certification Criteria

Feature Articles

A New Path For Health Care

May 1, 2011 - Nothing is easy in health care communications, but a federal initiative could spur a makeover in data exchange.

CMS Sets High I.T. Bar for Medicare ACOs

May 1, 2011 -

Getting Ready for Accountable Care Organizations

April 1, 2011 - Providers are gearing up for new ways to deliver and pay for care while still waiting for details.

HIPAA 5010 Puts Providers in I.T. Triage

March 1, 2011 - Although the forthcoming 5010 claims standard offers some benefits, meeting its 2012 deadline will be difficult for providers struggling to meet meaningful use.

MU Holdout no Longer

February 1, 2011 -

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