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Learn how genomics in healthcare can lead to better diagnoses

To fully realize genomics in healthcare, the right technology is needed to effectively leverage and use genomic data. One hospital is taking steps toward that goal.

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Scheduling online appointments becoming common in healthcare

Using DocASAP, an online doctor appointment scheduling system, healthcare consumers and providers can easily book slots with family care practitioners and specialists.

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How Intermountain maintains health data security

Intermountain Healthcare CISO says in a podcast that health data security best practices include thorough training and retraining, encryption technology, and risk assessment.

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How to clean up after a healthcare data breach

Attackers that cause healthcare data breaches can sometimes access the breached systems later on. Health IT departments should factor delayed hacks into their recovery plans.

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  • HITECH Act and meaningful use requirements

    Meaningful use not gone, but MACRA changes it

    Although a top CMS official has declared meaningful use dead, health IT observers say it is still quite alive but that it will change under the new MACRA healthcare law.

  • Clinical and hospital quality reporting

    CQM reporting in EHRs to be increased under CMS plan

    CMS is giving health IT organizations until Feb. 1 to comment on requiring EHR vendors to annually recertify CQM reporting modules and increase the number of CQM measures.

  • Electronic medical records security and data loss prevention

    Healthcare cybersecurity task force will educate providers

    The Department of Health and Human Services is in charge of assembling a healthcare cybersecurity group, which will evaluate other industries and apply their lessons to healthcare.