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Meaningful Use

More Than 20,000 Eligible Professionals are Expected to Attest for Meaningful Use for the First Time in 2012 According to Informal Poll of AMDIS Members

Bria

According to an informal poll of members of the Association of Medical Directors of Information Systems (AMDIS), which was conducted in collaboration with Doctors Helping Doctors, we count more than 27,000 eligible professionals (EPs) who will attest … [Read more...]

More Doctors, Hospitals Have Electronic Records, But Sharing Data Remains A Struggle

The Hartford Courant | By Matthew Sturdevant Most hospitals and almost half of doctors have bought technology to store medical records electronically, rather than in paper files, but many are unable to share that information with other providers … [Read more...]

Docs Helping Docs Embrace IT

Modern Healthcare Magazine¬†| By Maureen McKinney At last year's meeting of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, held in February in Orlando, Fla., a small group of well-known health information technology leaders from the … [Read more...]

Thinking About Meaningful Use: Part 2 – ePrescribing and Information-Enhanced Medication Management

Peter Basch

A few words about the history of ePrescribing in the US While the use of information technology to make prescribing safer has been a topic in the IT and safety worlds for as long as these domains existed, the key drivers that led to the rapid … [Read more...]