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How MACRA Will Shift Providers’ IT Efforts

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Why the Explosion of IoMT Exposes Providers’ Security Risk

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Why Things Matter

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EHR Vendors Raise Provider Expectations for Other IT Vendors

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It’s Vegas Baby

February 29, 2016
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As the nation monitors the back and forth between the FBI and Apple over unlocking the San Bernadino shooter’s iPhone, health IT professionals face their own major security and privacy challenges.

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Good Jobs or Bad Jobs

October 13, 2015
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With great risk, many organizations are choosing a “bad jobs” strategy to address labor costs. Rather than retain experienced staff at higher wages, organizations take steps to encourage the departure of high-paid, experienced nurses to be replaced with less expensive and skilled substitutes.

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Precision Requires FHIR

March 20, 2016
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Unfortunately like paper records, the failure to foster true interoperability as part of the Meaningful Use criteria used to guide EMR implementation left the industry with valuable data locked up in proprietary formats and incompatible data definitions.

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How to Keep Score

September 1, 2015
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Although it is obvious that the difference between a 90-point and 89-point wine is insignificant, and the higher-scored wine may potentially be inferior depending on our intended use, the price difference to the consumer for the higher-scored wine can easily exceed $30.

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