Tag Archive: Stimulus

by John Moore | July 16, 2009

Stay Tuned, Meaningful Use Part Deux Forthcoming

Today, ONC’s HIT Policy Committee will reconvene to hear the latest iteration of draft recommendations on “meaningful use.” For those […]

by John Moore | June 15, 2009

Meaningful Use Hits the Streets Tomorrow…

…or at least the first draft of meaningful use.  As just about everyone who has not had their heads in […]

by John Moore | May 29, 2009

Usability & Adoption of EHRs

Policy makers keep wondering why physicians do not readily adopt EMR/EHR software.  Under ONC’s first head, David Brailer, it was […]

by John Moore | April 30, 2009

Making “Meaningful Use” Well… Meaningful

The market for EHRs has stalled as potential buyers await the outcome of the government’s definition of “meaningful use” and […]

by John Moore | February 12, 2009

Stimulus Package Breakdown

If a picture is worth a thousands words, this Washington Post graphic is worth nearly $800B.  Provides a fantastic breakdown […]

by John Moore | February 03, 2009

Stimulus Package, HITECH Act and Ossification of HIT

We are heading down the wrong path. Despite the rounds of applause from virtually all sectors of the healthcare establishment […]

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