Healthcare IT News

GE and Microsoft Launch Caradigm in UK
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Caradigm, a joint venture between GE Healthcare and Microsoft, focused on healthcare business intelligence tools, has launched in the UK. The company has appointed Richard Craven, formerly sales director with Cerner, as its UK managing director. Created last March, when GE Healthcare and Microsoft pooled the majority of their health software assets, the joint venture is based around the Caradigm Intelligence Platform, formerly known as Microsoft Amalga, and on ... Read more

6 Ways IT Helps Meet Meaningful Use…

Meaningful use promises to open data up to patients, improve the flow of information and drive efficiencies to maximize the level of care providers can offer. But meeting meaningful use requirements can be a daunting challenge, and as the federally ... Read more

Indiana HIE Spin-Off Aims to Generate Revenue for …

The Indiana Health Information Exchange, looking to generate revenue for continued sustainability, is creating a for-profit subsidiary company that will take advantage of software licensed from the Regenstrief Institute for use outside of the ... Read more

VA Leaders:'Next Generation' EHRs Need Enhanced …

The "next generation" of electronic health record systems need to make more than "incremental" changes and move beyond the concept of serving as computerized paper charts, according to a new study of leaders in the Department of ... Read more

Republican Senators Seek Ways to Improve HITECH …

Six Republican senators are asking the healthcare community for input on “recalibrating” health information technology policy, arguing that there are several problems with the current trajectory of the meaningful use program. In a white paper ... Read more

Carestream’s Web-Based Image Viewer Equips …

  Physicians at Tufts Medical Center (Boston, Mass.) are enthusiastic about gaining instant access to patient imaging studies via the Web on devices such as the iPad using the CARESTREAM Vue Motion viewer. The universal imaging viewer delivers ... Read more

Viewing Medical History Through HIE Reduces …

Emergency room access to a patient's medical history compiled through health information exchange reduced both readmissions and single-day admissions in a study from Israel. The study tracked whether ED physicians looked at patient medical ... Read more

Computational Model Predicts Cancer Survival Rates…

A new computational model highly predictive of breast cancer survival has been developed by Columbia University engineering researchers. Their work is outlined in a study published this week in Science Translational Medicine. Lead researcher ... Read more

New Medical Imaging Technology Developed To Overcome …

Medical Image of Hand“A complex system that works is invariably found to have evolved from a simple system that worked.John Gall, The Systems Bible Gall’s quote above can be very readily applied to meeting the needs of multi-facility hospitals ... Read more

Care.Data Approved
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The care.data programme to extract and link large amounts of primary and secondary data has been approved by an Independent Advisory Group. The British Medical Association is now working on guidance for GPs on how it can be implemented.The General ... Read more

What Will the Next 5 Years Bring for Health IT?…

Three health IT prognosticators, who in 2005 foresaw widespread adoption of electronic health records, recently published their latest predictions for the health IT landscape over the next five years. Their perspective ran in the Journal of the ... Read more

Don't Ignore Optimization During Health IT Go-lives…

Technology projects such as the implementation of an electronic health record system, no doubt, come with their share of headaches. CIOs that think that such work merely consists of installing new software or hardware, however, are in for a rude ... Read more

Aetna Puts Tech to Work on Better Care…

In the new world of healthcare -- one that is focused on collaboration, accountability, providing better care and cutting costs-Aetna executives view the insurer's newly minted Healthagen division, unveiled last month at HIMSS13, as an indispensable ... Read more

Why Health Data Digitization is Here to Stay…

Despite federal incentives and penalties, as well as payer demands, for health data digitization, some providers continue to resist the trend. One health policy and ethics analyst aims to address why in a recent Hospital & Health Networks ... Read more

Access to EHR data 'Overwhelmingly' Positive for …

  Providing patients with access to the information in their electronic health records "overwhelmingly" yielded positive benefits, according to a new study in the Journal of Medical Internet Research. While patient review of their ... Read more

Tablets Here to Stay in Radiology…

The shift to mobile health is underway, is global, human and accelerating,a session on tablet computing at ECR 2013 heard. The session at the massive radiology event in Vienna, titled ‘Tablets: friend or foe?’, generated debate around whether ... Read more

Prioritize Workflow During HIT Implementation…

For providers asked to use new technologies like electronic health records and analytics tools, workflow impact, no doubt, is a top of mind issue. Transitioning away from familiar and comfortable practices and adopting new habits is one of the ... Read more

EMIS and TPP Share Data
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EMIS and TPP are working on a data-sharing agreement to allow clinicians to see information held in each other’s systems.The GP IT companies plan to deliver one-to-one local health community data-sharing for clinical commissioning group areas ... Read more

New Audio-Video Technology Reduces Stress for Patients …

With the addition of a new audio-video entertainment system at Geisinger-Gray’s Woods Clinic, patients undergoing MRI scans may feel more at ease, and that could help produce more accurate results. Cinemavision was installed at the Gray’s Woods ... Read more

EHR Implementation in Malawi Brings Additional …

Implementing an electronic medical records system in Malawi included the usual challenges, such as having tech staff available, selling clinicians on its value and training them to use it. But there were additional challenges, including power ... Read more

Computerized Dscharge Tool Cuts Readmissions for Heart …

Hospitals that used a computerized system for discharge of heart failure patients found 30-day readmission rates fell 2.5 percent compared with hospitals that did not use the system, according to research from Intermountain Healthcare. The study ... Read more

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