VA Makes Radiology Images and Reports Available to Veterans

Military veterans with certain My HealtheVet accounts now have access to an EHR function that has eluded users of traditional civilian EHRs: the ability to view, download, and print radiology studies.

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The Sedona Conference Published a Guide for Responding to a Data Breach
Apr24

The Sedona Conference Published a Guide for Responding to a Data Breach

No healthcare organization looks forward to the day they have to deal with a data breach. Unfortunately, data breaches happen seemingly on a daily basis.

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Senate Committee Introduces Legislation to Fight Opioid Abuse

The Opioid Response Act of 2018 calls for boosting funding to state-based substance abuse registries and other data sharing tools to reduce prescription opioid abuse.

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Apple Launches EHRs on iPhones

Apple announced last week that 39 major US health systems are participating in its Apple Health Records platform, which will allow patients at those providers to view their EHRs on their iPhones.

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Luddites and Our Rage Against the Machines
Mar23

Luddites and Our Rage Against the Machines

Artificial intelligence is such a hot topic, it has seemingly supplanted data science as the new subject of conversation on everyone’s minds. So is it hype, or is it a reality?

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