A working group of healthcare providers, patient organizations, health information technology experts, and officials from government agencies discusses technologies that allow primary care providers to track patients along the continuum of care. >>>
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is recruiting up to 200 innovation advisors skilled in healthcare economics and finance; population health, and systems analysis research, to help drive improvements to patient care and reduce healthcare costs. >>>
With a shortage of IT techs putting at risk providers’ goals for meaningful use, leaders are considering in-house efforts. But supply continues to trail demand. >>>
Hiring tech staff or retraining your own people is only half the battle, says Subra Sripada, senior vice president and chief information officer at Beaumont Health System in Royal Oak, MI. You also have to keep them. >>>
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