Tag Archive: HHS

by John Moore | September 26, 2008

EmTech Session on EMRs

If you have read previous posts this week, you know that I was attending MIT’s EmTech conference. Event is a […]

by John Moore | September 24, 2008

Innovation Principles: What Might Healthcare Sector Learn from Others

I’m here today at my alma mater, MIT to attend Technology Review’s annual conference, EmTech (short for emerging technologies). And […]

by John Moore | August 15, 2008

Quick Survey – CMS PHR Pilot: No Money, No Play

I stay in pretty close contact with a wide range of PHR vendors, both big and small to keep close […]

by John Moore | July 18, 2008

Slap on Wrist for Privacy Violation

While there has been no lack of security breaches in the healthcare sector, despite what many claim as the Holy […]

by John Moore | June 17, 2008

PHR Market: Analysis & Trends

Today, I had the honor to give a presentation to the Dept. of Health & Human Services’ (HHS), American Health […]

by John Moore | May 23, 2008

Golden Fleece Revisited or Here’s What You Get for a Half Million $$$s

Last year I resurrected former Senator William Proxmire’s Golden Fleece Award bestowing this fine honor on the bone-heads in Washington […]

by John Moore | April 23, 2008

Sec. Leavitt, CIGNA, WellPoint – The Finishing Touches to WHCC 2008

WHCC 2008 just wrapped up with a final keynote from Secretary Leavitt. Leavitt’s keynote was a progress report on the […]

by John Moore | February 13, 2008

Civic Duty?

If you get bored of walking the aisles of HIMSS and can’t bear to hear another vendor pitch, well you […]

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