Tag Archive: Stimulus Bill

by John Moore | November 24, 2009

ONC Reaches Out with Health IT Buzz

Yesterday, Dr. Blumenthal, head of the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) who is tasked with the roll-out (setting policy) […]

by John Moore | April 24, 2009

“Meaningful Use” Usual Suspects to Gather and Define

In the incestuous world of the healthcare sector, HHS is bringing together the usual suspects in HIT to discuss what […]

by John Moore | April 10, 2009

HIMSS’09: Meetings of Interest

HIMSS’09 had some highlights from various vendor briefings and conversations in the halls that are abstracted below.  By no means […]

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  […]

by John Moore | March 13, 2009

The HITECH Challenge: Is $19B Enough to Drive HIT Adoption

With the HITECH Act passed and the Dept. of HHS feverishly working to draft a clear definition of what “meaningful […]

by John Moore | February 19, 2009

HITECH Act & EMR Sales

Since our series of posts on the Stimulus Bill (ARRA) and in particular the HITECH Act, Chilmark Research has been […]

by John Moore | February 17, 2009

HITECH Act: Medicaid Reimbursement Plan

Yesterday’s post and table provided the physician reimbursement schedule under Medicare.  And astute reader contacted us to inform us that […]

by John Moore | February 16, 2009

HITECH Act: Reimbursement Schedule a Challenge

The reimbursement schedule for EHR adoption is aggressive.  Over the weekend, we spent more time pouring over the Stimulus Bill, […]

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