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As stakes grow higher, health IT pros struggle to comply with regulations

Healthcare leaders are so caught up in an overwhelming number of federal regulatory mandates that IT leaders "can't do anything else," Randy McCleese, CIO of St. Claire Regional Medical Center and College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) board chairman, told InformationWeek.

Combat EHR system cost soars by 2,233 percent

The Defense Health Agency's electronic health record for combat troops--costing 2,233 percent more than originally estimated--topped the list of Defense information systems projects gone off...

Arizona to study best practices for patient matching

Arizona plans to explore best practices and alternative approaches to correctly match patients to all of their available records across multiple organizations. The effort is part of the Health IT...

Senate bill undermines FDA regulatory role

Congressional efforts to amend the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and to limit the FDA's statutory authority in regulating clinical and health software are not restricted to the House of...

Topol to serve as AT&T's Chief Medical Advisor

AT&T has tapped reigning mHealth ambassador Eric Topol, M.D. to be its new Chief Medical Advisor. According to the company's announcement, Topol "will impact the design, development and...

CDS Coalition: SOFTWARE Act goes too far

In a new legislative proposal, the Clinical Decision Support (CDS) Coalition charges that a bipartisan bill introduced in October 2013 to amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act "goes too...

Independent hospitals form alliances

Alliances between independent hospitals may be a trend to watch in 2014, Georgia Health News reports.

MRC to Congress: Don't pass legislation, wait for FDASIA report

Echoing the position of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the mHealth Regulatory Coalition (MRC) has drafted and approved a policy proposal urging Congress not to pass legislation that regulates...

CHIME CEO: HIT has profoundly affected my family's life

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

Are special interests trying to sidetrack FDA final guidance for mHealth?

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...