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Stage 2 meaningful use to show ’deference’ to panel proposals
The rule that details the requirements for stage 2 of meaningful use will "look a lot like" the measures that the...
EHRs can’t measure stage 1 meaningful use
As hospitals gear up to meet Stage 1 of the meaningful use requirements under the federal government's electronic...
Vanderbilt's MyHealth system gives patients access to health records
Vanderbilt's MyHealth system, launched about six years ago, is an example of what might be created on a larger scale as...
Users pan University of Iowa Hospitals' records system
A new electronic record system at University of Iowa Hospitals is generating backlash from doctors, nurses, and staff...
Electronic health records: A Texas model
Fort Worth, TX-based Cook Children's Health Care System is taking a comprehensive step toward the electronic health...
Texas-based JPS weighs creating $150 million electronic records system
JPS Health Network administrators say several patient safety issues could be addressed if the Texas-based...
An Arizona system turns a nine-month IT implementation into a 9.5-week sprint.
John Glaser comments on CCHIT
John Glaser, CIO at Boston-based Partners HealthCare System, comments on the Certification Commission for Healthcare...
More Milwaukee health systems moving to electronic health records
Six healthcare systems in the Milwaukee area are each putting in the building blocks needed for electronic health...
One Record, Many Lessons
Allina Hospital made significant gains with its systemwide enterprise EMR. But the project cost more than just money.
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