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Senators call for one-year Stage 2 Meaningful Use extension: Led by Sen. John Thune (R-SD), a total of 17 senators have subscribed their signatures to a letter addressed to the more »

No one likes to wait too long for results. Healthcare is no different. A new approach to providing real-time feedback is currently underway by the group that tracks trends in more »

Two recognizable brands in health information technology have reached a definitive merger agreement that will see Greenway Medical Technologies and Vitera Healthcare Solutions combined, according to an announcement by Greenway more »

How does the specialized care of pain management relate to the interaction of those in the clinic and the EHR vendor? The answer is when the EHR is not viewed more »

The market for electronic medical record (EMR) systems in the United States appears to have reached its tipping point with the market expected to begin its decline in 2013, according more »

Has Allscripts finally turned the corner? Has the Chicago-based company moved away from its status as the poster-child for EHR vendors struggling to adapt to a changing healthcare IT environment. more »

Although the healthcare organizations and providers they serve are ineligible to receive payments through the EHR Incentive Programs, developers of EHR systems for non-meaningful users are being urged by the more »

UnitedHealth Group Inc. announced a recall of its Picis ED PulseCheck software this summer after the emergency department EHR software exhibited a glitch that caused physician notes entered manually on more »

Concerns over readiness have led the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) to petition the Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) to hold off on levying penalties for eligible professionals more »

An Alberta physician learned about the importance of establishing EHR data ownership the hard way after she lost control of more than 1500 patient records when leaving a medical group more »

For the second time in as many years, a major player in the health IT space is making a change at the CEO position as a result of lackluster financial more »

What do you do when an EHR contract ends, but the vendor won’t let you access your patients’ data until after a lengthy court battle over a missing bill?  Does more »

Between huge venture capital investment and a series of major mergers and acquisitions (M&A), the health IT market saw an investment of $7 billion in 2012, according to data from more »

As defined by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), meaningful use is the implementation and adoption more »

Aprima Medical Software has managed to get a significant number of former Allscripts customers transitioned to adopting EHR and practice management (PM) solution, according to a statement from the company. more »

The inaugural HIMSS Analytics Workforce Survey shows that while health IT hiring was robust in 2012, there was a shortage of qualified applicants for information technology positions, possibly resulting in more »

Things appear to be looking up for Allscripts, according to a recent announcement by the Chicago-based EHR vendor. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(“div-gpt-ad-1395839643547-5″); }); With less than a month to go before more »

Two of the major EHR vendors in the industry, Epic Systems and Greenway Medical Technologies, announced this week that they have achieved interoperability between their products.  At Greenway customer Doctors more »

When the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical (HITECH) Act was passed and made billions of dollars available to EHR vendors by way of eligible hospitals and professionals adopting more »

In light of the proliferation of EHR vendors and services caused by the influx of billions of dollars in incentives made available through the EHR Incentive Programs, many have speculated more »

From advanced artificial limbs to infrared aural thermometers, healthcare already owes a debt to the whiz kids at NASA’s laboratories.  Now, with the space program’s sights set on missions to more »

The association representing the combined voice of more than 40 EHR vendors, the HIMSS Electronic Health Record Association (EHRA), has developed an EHR Developer Code of Conduct for organizations particularly more »

When the news of the CommonWell Health Alliance broke in March, many were suspicious of what this partnership of EHR vendors might mean for other EHR developers and their solutions. more »

The term “EHR backlash” has been used recently to describe the challenges and feelings that physicians associate with their EHR adoptions. It has even reached the point of having its more »

The Massachusetts eHealth Institute (MeHI) has opened up a competitive grant program designed to encourage EHR vendors and other software developers to create interfaces that would allow providers to easily more »