Tag Archive: adoption

by Ellen Badinelli | December 08, 2017

Plainly Speaking: A hitchhiker’s guide to the [Healthcare IT] galaxy

I am always struck by how industries evolve language for the benefit of, and use by, its members. But membership […]

by John Moore | April 08, 2010

iPad in Healthcare: A Game Changer?

There have been a lot of discussions on the Net regarding the potential impact of the iPad in the healthcare […]

by John Moore | March 10, 2010

Its Not About Meaningful Use

With the impending comment deadline for Meaningful Use (MU) fast approaching, many organizations, from CHIME to AHA to AAFP and […]

by John Moore | March 13, 2009

The HITECH Challenge: Is $19B Enough to Drive HIT Adoption

With the HITECH Act passed and the Dept. of HHS feverishly working to draft a clear definition of what “meaningful […]

by John Moore | November 24, 2008

Targeting Digital Natives

Late last week, the MacArthur Foundation released the results of a seminal, 3-year ethnographic study that looked closely at how […]

by John Moore | November 21, 2008

CCHIT is Looking for $$$

A significant portion of CCHIT’s funding has come from the government, though they have been able to shrink that reliance […]

by John Moore | November 14, 2008

Potential Impact of Widespread PHR Adoption

The Partners Healthcare pseudo-analyst firm, CITL has just released a monster report on the potential value of PHRs. At 144 […]

by John Moore | October 28, 2008

Connected for Health: Day Two

8:00am, Keynote Regina Herzlinger, Professor @ Harvard and author of Who Killed Healthcare: Very good, thought provoking and at times […]

by John Moore | October 13, 2008

Backstory on iPhone PHR: Interview with My Life Record CTO

Late last week I had the chance to speak with the creators of the only true PHR (no, I do […]

by John Moore | October 10, 2008

Where’s the $$$? or Economic Meltdown and HIT

This morning’s Wall Street Journal has an article, first page – Section B, highlighting the growing impact of the financial […]

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