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Population health management tool aids patient care

Population health management tool, eCaring, is helping one home healthcare company reduce ER visits of those with chronic diseases.


HIMSS 2016 conference coverage and analysis

SearchHealthIT staff will be among the 40,000 people expected at HIMSS 2016, covering the biggest news that breaks at the event and gathering reactions from health IT experts.


Best Practices for Secure Texting in Healthcare

As healthcare providers and vendors seek information about how to safeguard personal health information (PHI), texting is one area that without question carries a great deal of risk. It's convenient, but unsecured texting of PHI opens healthcare ...


HealthIT vendors, providers define HIMSS 2016 show

Coming up soon, the HIMSS 2016 conference and show in Las Vegas is a unique opportunity for sectors of health IT -- vendors, users, regulators and others -- to come together.

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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.