Keyword: Regenstrief Institute
Echoing a report from the Pew Charitable Trusts, a panel of experts emphasized the need for standards to resolve patient matching issues.
Without clarity over how payers will reimburse telehealth services, only wealthy patients are using them.
A new model for post-ICU care could help patients admitted to a hospital intensive care unit successfully recover from their illnesses.
EHR timestamp data are useful tools to measure workflow and productivity. Digital health experts want patients to own their health information.
Computers and smartphones have changed the way physicians communicate with patients, but industry guidelines haven't kept pace.
With a $2.5 million research grant from AHRQ, the Regenstrief Institute plans to build and test automated patient matching software.
A virtual EHR is helping medical residents at the Indiana University School of Medicine navigate the complexities of geriatric healthcare.
As part of an effort to build the medical school of the future, the nation’s leading medical association has launched a new platform designed to train medical students to use EHRs.
The incoming CEO of a nonprofit with ties to Indiana University said his organization is investing heavily in precision medicine as a pathway to better care.
A new smartphone app promises to spur faster dental care and aims to eliminate emergency hospital visits.