Study shows unintended effect of e-visits

Providers that offered e-visit options to current patients saw a 6 percent rise in office visits, resulting in a 15...
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Hospital trial shows mobile apps reduce in-person visits following ambulatory surgery

"Mobile app follow-up care is suitably targeted to low-risk post-operative ambulatory patients," University of...

Using Direct Messaging, FHIR together to improve data sharing

Joint white paper explores how combining the two interoperability specs can benefit healthcare providers and patients.

Healthcare providers finally may be getting serious about cybersecurity

“Organizations with a CISO or other senior security leader tend to adopt holistic cybersecurity practices and perspectives...

Precisely Speaking – Part 2

In my previous post, I explored how the definition of personalized and precision medicine have been changing over time to...

ONC solicits public input on Cures Act trusted exchange framework

Comments sought through August 25 on standardization, transparency, non-discrimination, patient safety, access, choice,...

How including 'social determinants' in EHRs can improve patient care

Kaiser Health News: "Research has begun to show that a person’s ZIP code can be as important to her health as her...

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Aug 18, 2017
Providers that offered e-visit options to current patients saw a 6 percent rise in office visits, resulting in a 15 percent drop in new patients each...
Aug 16, 2017
Chris Nerney
"Mobile app follow-up care is suitably targeted to low-risk post-operative ambulatory patients," University of Toronto researchers conclude.
Aug 15, 2017
Chris Nerney
Joint white paper explores how combining the two interoperability specs can benefit healthcare providers and patients.