Tag Archive: meaningful use

by John Moore | February 19, 2019

HIMSS’19: Maturing Market Drives Pragmatism

Frankly, I was dreading attending HIMSS this year. I’ve grown tired of the hype, the noise and just how little […]

by Chilmark Team | April 26, 2018

Promoting Interoperability: MU Fades to Black

By Brian Murphy and Brian Eastwood Seeking to liberate the industry from its self-created morass of siloed data and duplicative […]

by John Moore | April 29, 2016

CMS Drops MACRA Rules – 5 Things to Know About MIPS

Big news this week when on Wednesday CMS dropped the draft rules for MACRA, all 962 pages worth. These rules are […]

by Liz Gavriel | 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 John Moore lll | October 10, 2014

WWBR Week of October 6, 2014

Dallas hospital blames ‘flaw’ in ‘workflow’ for release of Ebola patient as a more complete picture of his travels emerges […]

by John Moore lll | October 03, 2014

#WWBR Week of September 29, 2014

Doctors Find Barriers to Sharing Digital Medical Records Julie Creswell for The New York Times “A non-technical overview at the […]

by Matt Guldin | September 17, 2014

What Lies Ahead for Meaningful Use?

After much speculation and mounting criticism of Meaningful Use (MU), two recent developments provided some clarity on the future direction of the program and indications of how rocky a road it will be for providers in stage 2.

by Liz Gavriel | July 28, 2014

Consumer Health Data Plays: Vision? Yes. Value? Maybe…

Challenges & Opportunity In an otherwise slow summer, health IT got caught up in a whirl of excitement last month […]

Stay up to the minute.

Did You Know?
[bestwebsoft_contact_form]