Tag Archive: Health Information Exchange

by John Moore | October 25, 2007

Deserving of the Golden Fleece Award?

Came across an announcement today that the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) has awarded Bearing […]

by John Moore | October 21, 2007

Microsoft Joins Others to Rachet-up Privacy Campaign

Over on the WSJ Health blog there is a quick posting on how Microsoft joined with some 40 plus organizations […]

by John Moore | October 03, 2007

Lilly’s CEO – We Need More Data to Prevent ADEs

Yesterday during his presentation at an event at the Cleveland Clinic, Eli Lilly’s CEO, Sidney Taurel called on the healthcare […]

by John Moore | September 28, 2007

AHRQ – Day Two Sees Some Improvement

Day Two did provide more meat, in particular a session on ROI of HIT and another on e-Prescribing were good. […]

by John Moore | September 27, 2007

AHRQ’s Conference – Interesting Yet Puzzling

Down in Washington DC for the next couple of days attending the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) conference. […]

by John Moore | September 21, 2007

Health 2.0 Looks Like a HIT

Yesterday’s Health 2.0 Conference exceeded the expectations of its organizers, founders of The Health Care Blog (THCB). They’ve put together […]

by John Moore | September 08, 2007

Get Your Comments In

And no, not on this Blog, but to HL7, and their recently released draft standard for PHRs titled: PHR-S FM, […]

by John Moore | September 05, 2007

RHIOs Still Very Much a Work in Progress

The Health IT Transition Group sent out a press release this week announcing their annual RHIO survey. Though they estimate […]

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