McKesson Puts Brakes on Horizon
Revenue App. Goedert, Joseph. February:
Pediatric Cancer Genome Data Open to
Researchers. Goedert, Joseph. March: 10
Aetna CEO: Insurance Industry Must
Transform. Kenealy, Bill. April: 10
Memorial Sloan-Kettering to Work
with IBM Watson Supercomputer
Technology. Goedert, Joseph.
Dream Works, Mayo Clinic Leaders
Share Social Media Strategies to Boost
Engagement. Davis, Andrea; Baldwin,
Gary. June: 8
Big Data Reality Check. Kern, Justin.
Dashboards Make a Good First Step for
Analytics. Goedert, Joseph. September: 10
Survey: Health Insurers Need to Tailor
Their Messages. Goedert, Joseph.
HDM Opens the Doors to the Health
Care Innovation Center. Gillespie, Greg.
Industry Vets Struggle With Changing
Landscape. Baldwin, Gary.
Policy and Regulations
Where to Start? Regulatory To-Do Lists
Keep Growing. Baldwin, Gary.
Next Stop for Reform: Supreme Court.
Goedert, Joseph. January: 38
5010 Reveals Knots in Claims Processes.
Baldwin, Gary. June: 34
ICD-10: Time to Get Serious. Baldwin,
Gary. September: 30
An Answer to ICD- 10 Coder
Productivity Fears? Goedert, Joseph.
Nursing I. T. Innovation Award: Nurses
Rounding Up to Improve Safety. Baldwin,
Gary. February: 72
Can I. T. Keep the Patients Away? Gillespie,
Greg. March: 18
Shopping Spree: The Price of I. T.
Progress? Baldwin, Gary. May: 20
A Little ‘CSI’ for Health I. T. Goedert,
Joseph. May: 36
HIT Help Wanted: Will ONC-Funded
Programs Do the Trick? McCormack,
John. June: 20
Plain Speaking? Why HIT Departments
Need to Think About Health Literacy.
Gardner, Elizabeth. July: 19
Bad Forms: The Industry is Still Besieged
By Paper. Baldwin, Gary. July: 23
Fighting the Internal I. T. Threat. Goedert,
Joseph. August: 28
Carts Push for a Seat at the Automation
Table. Baldwin, Gary. August: 36
Changing the DNA of Clinical Care.
Gardner, Elizabeth. September: 22
I. T. Tries to Score. Baldwin, Gary.
Going With a New Flow. Gardner,
Elizabeth. October: 30
Start Me Up. Accelerators, Incubators
and Academies Help HIT Entrepreneurs.
Gardner, Elizabeth. October: 42
Exposing Danger: Tracking and Reducing Exposure is a Top Priority. Gardner,
Elizabeth. November: 21
Tight Squeeze: Imaging Reimbursement.
Baldwin, Gary. November: 26
Picking the Right Partner for an HIT
Adventure. Goedert, Joseph. November: 38
What HIT Leaders Want for the Holidays.
Baldwin, Gary. December: 22
New Trends Put Labs to the Test. Gillespie,
Greg. December: 34
Putting Social Networks on Trial. Wetzel
Granzyk, Tracy. February: 92
Washington Report (lead
story of section listed)
OCR Starts Privacy Audits. Goedert,
Joseph. January: 18
MGMA Wants HIPAA 5010 Contingency
Plan. Goedert, Joseph. February: 24
Mostashari: Momentous Progress
for HIT. Goedert, Joseph.
Mostashari’s Journey Comes to the ‘Next
Big Step’ of Health I. T. Goedert, Joseph.
The View from Inside the Supreme Court.
Goedert, Joseph. May: 12
Large Gap in Physicians’ Intent, Ability
to be EHR Meaningful Users. Goedert,
Joseph. June: 14
Obama: Make Federal Data
Available, Friendly and Useful—and
Do It Soon. Goedert, Joseph.
Health Reform: I. T. Action Now
Moves to ACOs, HIX Deployments,
Population Health. Goedert, Joseph.
CMS to States: No Strings on Medicaid,
Exchange I. T. Funds. Goedert, Joseph.
Some ‘Ah-Ha’ Moments in Stage 2 Rules.
Goedert, Joseph. October: 14
HHS to Hospitals: Stop Using EHRs to
Game the Billing System. Goedert, Joseph.
House Leaders to HHS: Halt and Fix the
EHR Incentive Program. Goedert, Joseph.
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