In a post to the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives' CHIME StateNet blog, Russell Branzell, president and CEO of CHIME, takes the opportunity to explain why HIT is personally important to him
By his own admission, Bradley Thompson, an attorney at Washington, D.C.-based law firm Epstein Becker Green, has spent 27 years "attacking" the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. At the...
The Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT) has released a 42-page IT framework to help organizations as they shift to accountable care organizations (ACOs).
A new partnership between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology aims to assess issues and questions about personal wearable devices and their role in research.
In part 2 of this exclusive interview with Brent Grimes, administrative director of patient account services at Integris Health, he discusses how the integrated hospital system is preparing for ICD-10 implementation and how to manage through uncertainty.
Transitioning to the medical home model has proven daunting for the settings in which most American kids get care: small medical practices.
Not everyone applauds President Obama's plan to invest $3 billion to map the human brain. Some researchers worry that the project lacks clear goals and, with possible sequestration looming, could...
While health information technology has the potential to improve care, it also erect barriers to care for marginalized and underserved populations, according to a new paper from a coalition of advocacy organizations.
Three attorneys from national lawfirm McGuire Woods, LLP have compiled a list of 17 of their predicted "winners" and "losers" for 2013 in the healthcare economy in a recent article posted to Becker's ASC Review.
On Thursday, a California state judge denied Kaiser Permanente access to the computers and email account of the couple the healthcare group hired to store nearly 300,000 hospital files, according to a LA Times article.