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Report: Digital Health Firm Investments Skyrocketing

Ken Terry | FierceHealthIT | July 3, 2012

Investments in "digital health" companies--including firms in the health IT and wireless spaces--more than tripled in the first six months of 2012, according to a new report from Burrill & Co., a San Francisco financial services company. Read More »

Scorecard Reveals Wide Disparities in Care Across the Country

Bernie Monegain | Healthcare IT News | March 14, 2012

Healthcare access, cost, quality and outcomes can vary greatly from one community to the next, both within states and across states, depending on the performance of the healthcare system available to residents, according to a new report from the Commonwealth Fund Commission on a High Performance Health System. Read More »

The Curious Case Of Blue Button

Ken Congdon | Healthcare Technology Online | July 2, 2012

While it may not be the answer to all HIE and patient engagement challenges, Blue Button does prove one thing — there is a large contingent of patients out there that want control and access to their health records...Rather than dwell on its perceived weaknesses, the health IT industry would be wise to consider the progress Blue Button has made and improve upon the concept. Read More »

The Unhealthy Side Effects of Meaningful Use

Michael Koriwchak | Wired EMR Practice | July 13, 2012

There are also no established EMR implementation strategies for medical practices.  Implementing a complex EMR system into a busy medical practice is like replacing an aircraft’s engines while it is still flying.  During implementation there can be no reduction in patient volume and no errors in patient care.  Information technology is the only medical technology that has been given a “free pass,” with apparently no need to prove itself the way we prove the worthiness of new drugs, medical devices and surgical procedures.
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Why Integrating EMRs And Digital Images Is An Ethical And Practical Imperative

Andrew Litt | Computerworld | November 13, 2013

We've all been there. Following an injury, you or a family member gets an X-ray or MRI but when you follow up with a specialist a few weeks later, he or she can't access the study (unless, of course, you made a special trip to pick up a CD from the other care provider). In this age of rapid-fast information sharing, it's hard to understand why this still happens. Read More »

Global mHealth Forum

Event Details
November 10, 2016 - 10:00am - November 11, 2016 - 8:00pm
Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center
201 Waterfront Street
National Harbor, MD MD 20745
United States

The second annual Global mHealth Forum (GmHF) will take place on Tuesday, November 10th & Wednesday, November 11th, 2015 at the mHealth Summit in Washington, DC. This year, there is one registration for the Summit and the Forum, and there are special prices for government, students, and those from developing countries. Special pricing is available for those who register early. The agenda for the Global mHealth Forum will several presentations as well as four interactive sessions. The categories for presentations are as follows...

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