Tag Archive: HIPAA

by John Moore | June 09, 2021

Patient Engagement Begins with Respect

Health systems nationwide are setting themselves up for a patient privacy revolt. It doesn’t have to be this way; far from it. But their blundering, holier-than-thou attitude regarding secondary uses of patient data is frankly infuriating.

by Brian Murphy | March 16, 2020

Take a Break From Worrying About COVID-19. We Have New Rules!

The 21st Century Cures Act said that patients should be able to move from health plan to health plan or from provider to provider and have their data go with them.

by John Moore | February 05, 2020

Epic Wrong Turn

Or Interop, Privacy and Advancing Care The annual ONC meeting last week brought together stakeholders to discuss policy for health […]

by Chilmark Team | December 19, 2019

Predictions: What’s in Store for 2020?

As we rapidly approach the end of the year it is time once again to look forward to a new […]

by Brian Murphy | November 29, 2016

Can APIs Really Improve HIT?

We hosted a webinar on this topic on December 14, 2016. To retrieve a copy of the slides, please follow […]

by Naveen Rao | November 27, 2015

Health IT for Behavioral and Mental Healthcare

Coaching Technology While the landmark health reform laws enacted in 2009 (HITECH Act) and 2010 (Affordable Care Act, or ACA) […]

by Brian Murphy | July 04, 2015

FHIR — The Healthcare Platform Enabler

The Plan FHIR is the new, open way to represent clinical, financial, and administrative data about patients. It is being […]

by John Moore | March 27, 2009

Blumenthal’s Views = Lock-down on HIT Innovation?

Prof. David Blumenthal, the new head of ONC, makes some disturbing comments regarding the Stimulus Bill, HIT and HITECH Act  […]

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