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InteliChart delivers a connected health platform that includes the 2014 ONC Certified Patient Portal, InteliChart HIE Portal, iOS / Android Mobile, and the InteliChart Data Warehouse & Analytics. Patient engagement can now be synchronized through a single portal solution - a critical and necessary component to coordinate patient care while sustaining patient involvement to secure ACO success. Visit us at booth 2211 and online at www.intelichart.com to learn more.

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 •  May 24, 2016

During his keynote address at the HIMSS Pop Health Forum, which took place May 19-20 in Boston, David Feinberg, CEO, Geisinger Health System, declared that the solution to healthcare’s problems is to enact a “Year of the Patient.” He then went on to compare healthcare to other consumer driven industries saying, “If we can get that Amazon...

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 •  March 16, 2016

The ultimate solution to removing barriers to interoperability between disparate electronic health record (EHR) systems continues to elude the healthcare industry’s sharpest developers, and that challenge is expected to be the number one topic discussed among vendors and attendees at this year’s Healthcare Information Management Systems Society...

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 •  December 17, 2015

As 2015 draws to a close many healthcare news organizations are reporting on this year’s accomplishments and/or failures relating to the adoption of electronic health record (EHR) systems, the government’s meaningful use EHR incentive program (MU), the development of health information management exchange (HIE) platforms, and healthcare consumers’...

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 •  December 4, 2015

In response to increasing emphasis by payers and government on patient satisfaction in healthcare, hospitals continue to add Chief Experience Officers (CXOs) to their C-suite. This is good for health information exchange (HIE) and health information technology (HIT) in general, since patients continue to embrace mobile and online technologies to...

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 •  November 19, 2015

Healthcare organizations and health information technology (HIT) developers are finding themselves between a rock and a hard place. A great deal of attention is focused on removing barriers to interoperability between disparate electronic health record (EHR) systems. Those barriers, whether intentional (such as information blocking), or rooted in...

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 •  November 4, 2015

Would you return to the days before cell phones or the Internet? How about to before ATMs? Of course you wouldn’t. For most people, those are no longer luxuries but necessities for daily living. How many business models today could compete without Internet at the heart of their organization’s communications plans? Not many. So, how long will it be...

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 •  October 21, 2015

Recently released reports from the the American Hospital Association (AHA), the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI), and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) all agree that for accountable care organizations (ACOs) to succeed, unhindered interoperability between disparate healthcare systems must be achieved so that robust health...

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 •  October 1, 2015

In 1999, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) published “To Err is Human: Building a Safer Health System.” In their report, the IOM estimated that between 44,000 and 98,000 people each year are injured or killed as the result of preventable medical errors. More than the combined deaths due to automobile accidents, breast cancer, and AIDs at that time. ...

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 •  September 16, 2015

Make-believe heroes always have handy technical solutions to get them out of any jam: Batman’s bat belt, Dr. McCoy’s hypo spray, James Bond’s Aston Martin, Maxwell Smart’s shoe phone, Dick Tracy’s two-way radio watch—these “fictional” technologies preceded the practical introduction of the “real” mobile technology into our society by decades.With ...

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 •  September 1, 2015

Physician surveys are important. They give us a critical view into the “real world” primary caregivers experience when engaging with their patients through health information technology (HIT). So, what are we to think when competing surveys reach opposite conclusions? Which survey are we to believe?The latest Issue Brief (August, 2015) from The ...