Joseph Goedert

News Editor

Joe takes the lead role in generating news for Health Data Management's award-winning Web site. He also coordinates the magazine’s news coverage. Before joining the magazine in 1998, he was editor of a sister publication, Health Data Network News, which was replaced by the magazine's Web site. He has 21 years of journalism experience, including service as editor of a political newsletter in Michigan. joseph.goedert@sourcemedia.com

Recent Stories From This Author

Things I Learned at HIMSS15
April 20, 2015 Population health management and data analytics, which go together, were top-tier topics in sessions and vendor booths at...

Tips for Meeting with Reporters at HIMSS15
April 9, 2015 Attention vendors: Are you meeting with reporters during HIMSS15? Here are some tips to make the meeting more meaningful for...

Why Anthem Must be a Turning Point for Security
February 9, 2015 80 million? Is a breach of protected health information at Anthem for upward of 80 million individuals enough to push...

New Blood at ONC Not a Bad Thing
November 13, 2014 With National HIT Coordinator Karen DeSalvo recently transferred to another position in the Department of Health and Human...

Final Meaningful Use Rule Won’t Make Providers Happy
August 30, 2014 The federal government at the start of the Labor Day weekend finalized a rule to add flexibility to attesting for Medicare and...

IBM Watson Takes Computing Capabilities to Next Level
August 28, 2014 Having learned the nuances of human language, improving its ability to search for and use data to support new procedures such...

New CMS Guidance on Stage 2 Measures
August 28, 2014 How does a physician treating many patients without broadband access meet patient engagement measures under the electronic...

Defense Department Issues RFP for Electronic Health Records
August 27, 2014 The Department of Defense on August 25 issued a formal request for proposal for a new electronic health records...

Oh Where, Oh Where Will CHS Find Money to Encrypt?
August 19, 2014 If there is one thing I’ve learned from reading hundreds of breach notifications, it’s how earnestly organizations tell those...

DOD-VA EHR Train Poised to Go Off the Rails
August 13, 2014 What most worries me about the Obama Administration is that it never sees the train wreck coming that everyone else sees. It...

Biggest Challenge to Analytics Might be Feds
July 15, 2014 At HDM’s Healthcare Analytics Symposium in Chicago, consultant Becky Quammen laid out the challenges that small hospitals face...

Georgia Regents Works to Make Telemed Network Sustainable
June 19, 2014 In 2003, Georgia Regents Health System in Augusta began offering remote stroke teleconsultations and today serves 29 hospitals...

Sorry, Experts. Meaningful Use is a Success
April 17, 2014 A federally funded study finds that criteria under the electronic health records meaningful use program “fall short of...

Spotting Incompetence Shouldn’t be This Easy
February 28, 2014 How does one identify an incompetent government administration? When it consistently is the last entity to spot the...

HIMSS14 Coverage: Real World ACO Experiences from Manatee County
February 23, 2014 A patient-centered medical home is the engine of an accountable care organization--and the core duties of the home are not as...

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