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Last Updated: Saturday, November 01, 2014 6:28 AM UTC
St. Luke's Gets Patients on Track
St. Luke's Episcopal Health System will track patients in its two hospitals and two emergency clinics using technology from Picis Inc., Wakefield, Mass. ... Comments (0)
Source: Mobile Health Data, US
Posted: Tuesday, December 27, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

MercuryMD Signs Up Silver Cross
Silver Cross Hospital, Joliet, Ill., has purchased mobile software from Research Triangle Park, N.C.-based MercuryMD. Terms of the contract were not disclosed. ... Comments (0)
Source: Mobile Health Data, US
Posted: Tuesday, December 27, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Vendor Consolidation Picks Up
The health care information technology industry in the past year saw its first significant merger and acquisition activity since a frenzy of consolidation ended in 2000. ... Comments (0)
Source: Health Data Management, US
Posted: Tuesday, December 27, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Providers Identifying ID Strategies
Throughout the country, hospitals, clinics and managed care plans of all sizes, as well as individual physicians and other clinicians, are trying to figure out their HIPAA identifier strategies. ... Comments (0)
Source: Health Data Management, US
Posted: Tuesday, December 27, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Biologists and computer scientists join forces to lead biology revolution
Just as computers assist detectives in finding people by comparing fingerprints from crime scenes with millions in databases, Argonne scientists are using computers to mine genetic information from pathogens, people and plants. This information is essential to progress in medical science and biotechnology. ... Comments (0)
Source: WebWire, US
Posted: Tuesday, December 27, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Hospital first to implement local company's solution
Memphis' Methodist North Hospital is the first hospital to bring Medtronic Sofamor Danek's LIFENET Receiving Station to the Mid-South. ... Comments (0)
Source: Memphis Business Journal, US
Posted: Friday, December 23, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Local health care facilities now share electronic records
In an agreement that breaks ground in North Carolina, Mission Hospitals, the Buncombe County Health Center and certain other regional health care providers have agreed to join forces to share critical patient information. ... Comments (0)
Source: Asheville Citizen-Times, US
Posted: Friday, December 23, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Healthcare Providers Will Buy More IT
Storing patient medical records electronically and new regulations from governments will contribute to spending. ... Comments (0)
Source: Destination CRM, US
Posted: Friday, December 23, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Notice Lists Gov't Adopted Standards
The Department of Health and Human Services has published a notice listing the 20 messaging and vocabulary standards the federal government has adopted for its health care information systems. ... Comments (0)
Source: Health Data Management, US
Posted: Friday, December 23, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Hospital to Offer I.T. to Local Docs
St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport, Conn., will implement the Carecast clinical/financial information system. Contract terms with software vendor IDX Systems Corp., Burlington, Vt., were not disclosed. ... Comments (0)
Source: Health Data Management, US
Posted: Friday, December 23, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Senate OKs Labor-HHS spending bill
The Senate late Wednesday night agreed to pass the fiscal year 2006 Labor-HHS appropriations bill on the condition that the House approves a modified defense spending bill. Under the conference report agreed to this week, the Office of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology will receive $61.7 million for healthcare IT projects. ... Comments (0)
Source: Healthcare IT News, US
Posted: Friday, December 23, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe



Compressing Digital Mammograms May Improve Detection
Radiologists are better able to interpret digitized mammograms once they've been compressed, which strips away much of the original data and leaves behind the information that's most critical for effective breast cancer diagnosis, researchers report. ... Comments (0)
Source: HealthCentral.com
Posted: Thursday, December 22, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Sharp Grossmont Hospital is wiring rooms with high-speed access
Connie Sanders-Timian, a self-described news junkie, recently spent several days in an induced coma at Sharp Grossmont Hospital. After she awoke, she was in serious need of a media fix. ... Comments (0)
Source: TMCnet
Posted: Thursday, December 22, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Health info system has potential - and hurdles
A meeting last week in East Lansing focused on the possibility of creating a statewide electronic health information system which would include data on patients, medical procedures, health care coverage and more. The proposed Michigan Health Information Network would be accessible to doctor's offices, hospitals and insurance companies. ... Comments (0)
Source: Battle Creek Enquirer, US
Posted: Thursday, December 22, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

2006 Health IT Forecast
It always is a risky pursuit to forecast, but the pace of change in health care tends to be slower than in other arenas, which helps to mitigate that forecasting risk. It is the wild cards, or disruptions, that are difficult to foresee. ... Comments (0)
Source: iHealth Beat, US
Posted: Thursday, December 22, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Kentucky Docs Get Decision Support
Ephraim McDowell Health in Danville, Ky., will implement clinical decision support software from Premier Healthcare Informatics. ... Comments (0)
Source: Health Data Management, US
Posted: Thursday, December 22, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

IBM overhauls IT at Pa. med center
Data storage systems developed in Tucson anchor a massive $402 million information technology overhaul at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center that could become a model for hospitals across the country. ... Comments (0)
Source: Tucson Citizen, US
Posted: Wednesday, December 21, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Connectivity harder than it could be
While the federal government works to build a nationwide electronic network for hospitals -- dubbed the 'medical Internet' -- its developers are finding that rural facilities with outdated dialup systems still lag behind. ... Comments (0)
Source: Monsters and Critics.com, UK
Posted: Wednesday, December 21, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Misys CPR assists hospital in electronic health record transition
Healthcare IT specialists Misys Healthcare Systems has signed a multi-million dollar contract with Brockville General Hospital to provide a computer-based patient record solution that will assist the hospital in its long-term vision of building electronic health records for all its patients. ... Comments (0)
Source: Computer Business Review, UK
Posted: Wednesday, December 21, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

Father and son team tackle hospital BI
It could be the ultimate father-son weekend project for business intelligence (BI). Frustrated by the lack of packaged solutions available on the market for analyzing hospital records data, Dr James Strain and his son Jay (also a doctor) have decided to build their own hospital intelligence system, which they have called Micro-Cares. ... Comments (0)
Source: Computer Business Review, UK
Posted: Wednesday, December 21, 2005 by Obi Igbokwe - View more news posts by Obi Igbokwe

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