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Insurers take lead in EHR implementation
When the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services announced its final rules and regulations for meaningful use of...
CA launches nation's largest "telehealth" network
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger joined U.S. Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra at the UC Davis Cancer Center to announce...
From Fantasyland to Tomorrowland: Wireless Health for Rural Vets
Learning about the promise of wireless health is like taking a journey through a medical Disneyland, a pathway from...
Rural hospital hinging future on federal incentive
Facing a budget shortfall, the 47-bed hospital Sac-Osage Hospital in rural western Missouri is borrowing nearly $1...
Physician-Patient E-Mail Can Save Both Time and Cost
In rural areas or places where transportation is a challenge, e-mail between patients and physicians can save hours of...
Northern Idaho robot connects doctors and patients
A robot is helping doctors and nurses at Clearwater Valley Hospital in Idaho expand their access to big-city medicine...
CPOE for the Smaller Set
Community, rural, and even county hospitals have found ways to master healthcare’s toughest technology.
Taking the Lead
There are several obstacles impeding the widespread adoption of EMRs. Yet there are some community hospitals and...
Rural healthcare to link up doctors
Doctors, hospitals and other healthcare providers in rural areas of northern New England will soon be able to use a...
FCC to Increase Rural Healthcare Access
A new Federal Communications Commission initiative dedicates $417 million to increase access to healthcare in rural...
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