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As 2018 Begins, Health IT Enters Those 'Awkward Teen years'

Posted by Jodie Jackson, Jr. on Jan 4, 2018 9:11:00 AM

Medicine doctor hand working with modern computer interface as medical concept-1.jpegWhat’s the next step, the next growth spurt for the health IT industry? A recent year-in-review article by Evan Sweeney, senior editor at FierceHealthcare, compares the current state of health IT with our “painfully awkward teen years when we were still getting comfortable with who we were and our place in the world.”

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Topics: electronic health records, health IT, digital health, telehealth and telemedicine

Weekly Roundup: Healthcare in 2018; Health IT, Big Data; CMS Star Ratings; EHRs and Patient Safety

Posted by Jodie Jackson, Jr. on Dec 22, 2017 1:03:56 PM

Image of desk surface with cofee cup, keyboard, newspaper to illustrate weekly roundup of health news: megamergers, MACRA, WebMD briefs, Don Berwick on value-based care, more.

In case you missed these, Quality Today scoured the healthcare news landscape and blogosphere to present you with an end-of-the-week news and information reading list.

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Topics: patient safety, population health, patient experience, EHR, health IT, CMS star ratings

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