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Analytics will succeed when interoperability flourishes

Data analytics in healthcare is at a crucial point, as EHRs must share more data and beef up interoperability. This ambitious order rests at the feet of vendors and providers.


The current and future states of health data analytics

With advances in health technology and data analytics comes far-flung potential -- but only if electronic health record systems allow information to be shared more freely.


Data analytics boosts value-based reimbursement and clinical decisions

In this issue of Pulse, SearchHealthIT's writers explore the current state of data analytics use in clinical care and peek into what the future holds.

In the cover story, News Writer Kristen Lee presents a timeline of future uses of data ...


Use cases of APIs in healthcare

Although APIs may not be new in other industries, in healthcare APIs are still finding their place. Experts discuss possible use cases for APIs in healthcare.

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  • Health records storage management and systems

    Government, vendors eying blockchain in healthcare

    As blockchain technology becomes more established in the financial arena, federal health IT officials, vendors and developers are looking at its use in healthcare.

  • Federal health care policy issues and health care reform

    ONC chief Karen DeSalvo, M.D., leaves ONC for HHS

    In the waning days of the administration, ONC national coordinator Karen DeSalvo, M.D., leaves ONC to focus full time on her other post as acting assistant HHS secretary for health.

  • HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act)

    OCR will subject 167 covered entities to HIPAA audits

    OCR has emailed notices to 167 healthcare organizations that they will be scrutinized under the HIPAA program for compliance with the law's privacy and security rules.