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It may sound like a contradiction, but medical groups that add nonphysician providers and support staff can also increase revenues.
A House budget bill requires HHS to issue a report on patient matching and calls on ONC to work with private sector partners to improve the system.
There are four primary reasons patients like having access to the notes doctors and other clinicians write after a visit, according to a new study.
Arguing that the business case of interoperability is often overlooked, federal officials plan to lean on value-based payments to improve data exchange.
The Cleveland Clinic has appointed former Advisory Board Executive Vice President Edward Marx as chief information officer.
Even amid concerns about data quality and existing technology, payers plan to invest heavily in analytics over the next three years.
The HHS Office of Inspector General added a review of Medicare EHR incentive programs to its 2017 Work Plan amid concerns about $729 million in overpayments.
More than 20 healthcare executives share their advice for share data between payers and providers.
Amid a slew of regulatory updates released CMS last week, one issue was conspicuously absent: relief from Meaningful Use Stage 3 requirements.