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.

Recent Stories From This Author

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...

For Good Policy Making, Facts Must Matter
April 21, 2013 “None of the required core or menu objectives in Stage 2 requires communication with other health care providers. This...

Things I learned at HIMSS13 in New Orleans
March 8, 2013 Yes America, infrastructure matters. Many HIMSS attendees no longer like the city, in large part because of infrastructure....

Want Your HIMSS News Covered? Read This
February 12, 2013 Attention software vendor executives going to HIMSS13: Can’t wait for your big news to break at the show when you...

Tips for Meeting with Reporters at HIMSS13
January 29, 2013 Attention vendors: Are you meeting with reporters during HIMSS13? Here are some tips to make the meeting more meaningful for...

Why Trade Press Social Media is Quick, Free Value
January 10, 2013 One site, one screen, one time a day, gives you a quick snapshot of the news and easy links to the stories that interest you....

The Fiscal Cliff and Meaningful Use: Be Very Afraid
November 16, 2012 Don’t believe all the talk of how health information technology has bi-partisan support. Nothing but the most sacred cows...

CMS Wins a Security Award, and You Have to Wonder Why
October 30, 2012 The headline: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Win 2012 National Cybersecurity Innovation Award. My first thought:...


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