Tag Archive: policy

by John Moore III | May 06, 2021

HHS Appointees and Health IT: What to Expect from the New Administration

Take a look at these current cabinet officials, both newly appointed and those who have stayed on, and their potential impact on the health IT landscape.

by | March 29, 2018

One More Step in the Long Road of Precision Medicine

CMS decision removes important barrier for some Medicare cancer patients to access next generation sequencing and companion targeted therapies as […]

by John Moore | October 23, 2008

Health 2.0 Wrap-up

Couple of long days and now listening to the wrap-up panel, Looking Ahead – The Business and Society of Health […]

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 […]

by John Moore | March 14, 2008

Privacy Rights Smack-down in NH

This week, the “Live Free or Die” state of New Hampshire’s House voted down House Bill 1587, a bill that […]

by John Moore | February 20, 2008

Privacy Advocacy Group Attacks PHRs

Today, the World Privacy Forum released a report, Personal Health Records: Why Many PHRs Threaten Privacy. Both the 16 page […]

by John Moore | February 07, 2008

So you want to learn more about the proposed budget…

One of my favorite sites is the Wall Street Journal’s Healthcare Blog.  You can almost always find any health-related topic […]

by John Moore | January 15, 2008

Retail Clinics Approved in MA Despite Some Howls

Recently, Massachusetts’ Public Health Council approved the establishment of retail clinics in the state.  While chains such as CVS,  Walgreens […]

by John Moore | December 10, 2007

eRx Taking Off

Last week, the big eRx (electronic prescription) clearing house, Sure Scripts, released a comprehensive report on the growth of eRx. […]

by John Moore | November 02, 2007

Telehealth Goes to Washington

At the recently held Connected for Health symposium, which I reported on previously, a widely held belief among participants was […]

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