EHNAC partners with on national accreditation program; Upper Peninsula Health Care Network launches HIE;

> The Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission plans to partner with with a goal of developing a national accreditation program for health information "trusted agent" service providers, it announced this week. Formal accreditation will launch early next year. Announcement

> GE Healthcare recently sent a letter to its PACS customers warning them about a potential issue involving the loss of images when using the Centricity to Centricity exam transfer module of the Centricity PACS system.  "When another process in the destination server attempts to access the same object or table, the transfer process of a particular image may be terminated," the letter says. Post

> The Marquette, Mich.-based Upper Peninsula Health Care Network officially launched its health information exchange this week, according to Healthcare IT News. The HIE will cover one-third of the state, and will include more than 900 providers. Article

And Finally… Now that I think about it, I'm pretty sure I remember throwing away a book full of cash. Article

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