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Cloud-Based EHRs With Integrated Billing Solutions May Save Thousands Of Independent Physicians From Acquisition, Reveals Black Book RCM Study

Press Release | Black Book Rankings | September 3, 2013

Nearly ten percent of physician practices are acquiescing to takeover offers from hospitals and larger medical groups, while more autonomous doctors confront the fallout from owning outmoded billing systems and unworkable electronic health records. However, Black Book surveys detect a defiant tipping point from the majority of independent physicians recently shifting to replacement EHRs... Read More »

CollabNet Selected by AlwaysOn as an AlwaysOn Global 250 Winner

Press Release | AlwaysOn, CollabNet | July 24, 2012

CollabNet...today announced that it has been chosen by AlwaysOn as one of the AlwaysOn Global 250 winners. Inclusion in the AlwaysOn Global 250 signifies leadership amongst its peers and game-changing approaches and technologies that are likely to disrupt existing markets and entrenched players in the Global Silicon Valley.
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Coming Soon: Health Innovation That Matters

Bernie Monegain | Healthcare IT News | August 3, 2012

The [VA's] Veterans Health Administration's (VHA) Innovation Sandbox Cloud and the Georgia Institute of Technology's Interoperability and Integration Innovation Lab announced on June 26 they would collaborate to address interoperability issues, accelerate the development of integrated health IT solutions, test new products and help train the IT workforce needed to move the industry forward. Read More »

Congress Looks To Set Firm VA-DoD EHR Integration Timeline

Jennifer Bresnick | EHR Intelligence | July 23, 2013

A bill introduced in Congress late last month would set a firm timeline for the EHR integration efforts of the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense... Read More »

CONNECT Sprint Reviews are Now Open to the CONNECT Community!

Press Release | CONNECT | July 25, 2012

Work on CONNECT Release 4.0 has begun, and the CONNECT team wants to encourage active participation from the CONNECT Community in our development processes for the newest release. Release 4.0 sprint reviews and planning sessions are open to the public and a great way to engage with the CONNECT product team and community. Read More »

Continua Health Alliance Aims To Cure Top Telehealth Industry Challenges

Sharon Hess | Embedded Computing Design | May 1, 2013

Striving to cure telehealth challenges - including connected health equipment ease-of-deployment, integration of telehealth data into care providers' normal workflow, and meeting changing patient needs - is all in a day's work for the nonprofit Continua Health Alliance... Read More »

Continuity Of Care: 4 Benefits Of The DoD And VA's Integrated EHR

Benjamin Harris | Healthcare IT News | November 9, 2012

Caring for the nation's service members has never been easy. Providing world-class medical attention for the men and women of the Armed Forces from the front lines to the hospitals and clinics of the Veterans Administration (VA) is a daunting task that entails massive logistical and data hurdles. Read More »

Cost Of Integrated Defense-VA Health Record Jumped To $12 Billion

Bob Brewin | Nextgov | February 28, 2013

The estimated cost of developing an integrated electronic health record for the Defense and Veterans Affairs Departments spiraled to nearly $12 billion by last September, VA Chief Information Officer Roger Baker said in a press call this morning. The mounting costs led top leaders of the two departments to call a halt to the joint effort on Feb. 5. Read More »

Crowdsourcing Linked Open Data For Disaster Management

Jens Ortmann, Minu Limbu, Dong Wang, and Tomi Kauppinen | Mendeley | January 1, 2011

This paper shows how Linked Open Data can ease the chal- lenges of information triage in disaster response efforts. Recently, disaster management has seen a revolution in data collection. [...] Read More »

Despite $70 Million Investment, Health IT Systems a Long Way from Prime Time in Vermont

Andrew Nemethy | VTDigger | July 18, 2012

The state‚Äôs efforts to digitize the world of health information, a costly multi-year endeavor that is approaching a $70 million pricetag, got a lousy diagnosis Tuesday. Read More »

DoD Allocates $70 Million To Medical Imaging

Erin McCann | Government Health IT | January 6, 2014

Ramping up investments in digital radiography and medical imaging systems, the U.S. Department of Defense awarded a one-year $70.2 million contract extension to imaging provider Carestream Health. Read More »

DoD and VA Interagency Program Office Awards iEHR System Integration Contract To Systems Made Simple

Press Release | Systems Made Simple (SMS) | October 9, 2012

Systems Made Simple, Inc. (SMS), a leading provider of IT systems and services to support critical architecture, data, and application challenges in the healthcare industry, today announces its contract award to provide management and technical support services for the Integrated Electronic Health Record (iEHR) initiative. Read More »

DoD Awards Contract For Vendor Neutral Patient Image Archive

Anthony Brino | Government Health IT | November 16, 2012

The Department of Defense is contracting with the Bloomington, Minnesota-based software and data management firm Acuo Technologies to manage a vendor-neutral patient image archive, in a deal worth $40 million over nine years. Read More »

DOD Cooperation Accelerating VA Claims Handling

Karen Parrish | My San Antonio | July 16, 2013

Senior officials from the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs assured Congress July 10 that they are closing in on solutions that will alleviate the backlog of veterans' health benefit claims and streamline processing of current and future claims. Read More »

DOD Decides To Keep Legacy EHR Until At Least 2018

Jennifer Bresnick | EHR Intelligence | January 3, 2014

The Department of Defense is officially sticking with its tried-and-true AHLTA electronic health records system for at least the next four or five years according to a recently released procurement document. [...] Read More »