Leveraging Opportunities to Gain Buy-In for Information Governance
Nov21

Leveraging Opportunities to Gain Buy-In for Information Governance

In this month’s post, the author discusses working to gain executive sponsorship from the CMIO for implementing system-wide policies for patient naming, matching, and identification

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Popularity of Healthcare.gov Insurance Exchange Spells Complicated Repeal Process

The day after Trump was elected, consumer enrollment in the ACA’s health insurance exchange marketplace at Healthcare.gov surged, seeing 100,000 plan selections in a single day.

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What Does the NLRB Have to Do with Healthcare Providers?
Nov16

What Does the NLRB Have to Do with Healthcare Providers?

This month’s post discusses a subject that many healthcare providers and their staff members might find unfamiliar: the National Labor Relations Board.

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From the HIE Point of View: When is Data Too Old to Use? It Depends.
Nov16

From the HIE Point of View: When is Data Too Old to Use? It Depends.

We have an opportunity in the electronic world to provide more relevance to the exchange of clinical data and to ask ourselves questions such as, “What information should be pulled from other healthcare organizations?” and “When does ‘old’ become ‘too old’?”

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Health IT Leaders Face Uncertainty under a Trump Presidency

In the week since Donald Trump surprised many by winning the electoral vote to become the US president-elect, healthcare stakeholders have been taking stock of the ways a Trump administration in Washington, DC could impact health IT.

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