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The SCOTUS Healthcare Reform Decision

John D. Halamka | Life as a Healthcare CIO | June 28, 2012

The SCOTUS decision to uphold the healthcare reform law ensures that these foundational components will still have urgency, since every provider organization will be motivated to implement them in order thrive in the healthcare marketplace of the future. Read More »

U.S. Paid Extra $13 Billion for Some Veterans' Care: Study

Andrew M. Seaman | Reuters | June 26, 2012

The U.S. government paid billions of dollars for the medical care of some older veterans twice, according to a new study published on Tuesday. Read More »

VA Health Care Quality: The Road to Recovery

David Glendinning | amednews | December 10, 2007

Despite the challenges of caring for the veterans of today's wars, the VA health system is getting high marks for quality. Read More »

Vanishing Practices & The Impact On Health IT

Ken Congdon | Healthcare Technology Online | June 5, 2012

[Unlike] the managed care movement of the ’90s, the current trend of hospital/physician acquisition is much more profound and is being influenced by multiple drivers instead of just one. We need take notice of this trend this time around because it has the potential to not only impact health IT, but forever change the landscape of healthcare delivery in the United States.

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Wasting Information Technology Dollars: How Can The Federal Government Reform Its IT Investment Strategy?

Staff Writer | Committee On Oversight & Government Reform | January 22, 2013

Information technology is at the heart of every federal agency or program’s ability to function successfully. In just the last ten years, government spending on IT has risen from $46 billion in 2001 to approximately $81 billion in 2012. As is the case government wide, spending decisions are often not based on performance results... Read More »

White House Could Face Bipartisan Scorn If It Bucks IT Reform

Joseph Marks | Nextgov | July 25, 2013

If White House officials don’t get behind a House-passed bill that overhauls how the government buys information technology, they’re likely to face wrath from congressional Republicans and Democrats alike, Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., said Thursday. Read More »

Will Open Access Revolutionize Academic Publishing?

Jay McNair | Melville House | April 5, 2013

“Major players in the world of commercial scholarly publishing have little shame,” says Bryn Geffert, librarian at Amherst College and the man behind the new Amherst College Press. Read More »