NHINWatch.com RSS feed
Thanks to NHINWatch.com's RSS feed service, you no longer need to visit dozens of sites to get daily headlines about the National Healthcare Information Network. Every day, our editorial team scours the Web to find the news you care about, summarizes it in a sentence or two, and creates a link to the story's original source. With RSS, the NHINWatch.com summaries and headlines are delivered directly to your desktop or RSS-enabled Web browser.
RSS, or "Really Simple Syndication," is a standard that enables headlines from Web sites and blogs to be pushed to an RSS reader. You don't have to visit sites to browse the news - you can scan the headlines and summaries and follow links to those that interest you. For more on how RSS works, see the WikiPedia entry here.
The editors of NHINWatch.com do not endorse any particular RSS reader. The RSS-Specifications Web site includes a current list of readers for the Windows (http://www.rss-specifications.com/rss-readers.htm), Mac (http://www.rss-specifications.com/rss-reader-mac.htm) and Linux (http://www.rss-specifications.com/rss-reader-linux.htm) platforms. It also includes browser-based RSS readers (http://www.rss-specifications.com/browser-based-rss.htm) and readers for handhelds (http://www.rss-specifications.com/rss-reader-handheld.htm).
How to subscribe
To find the RSS URL, right-click (Mac users can control-click) on the orange XML button to "Copy Shortcut." Or click on the "XML" button and select "Copy" from the Edit menu to copy the URL found in the address bar of your browser.