Week of 01 May 2017 Healthcare software developer jobs may be hit by Trump H-1B visa move (04 May 2017)
The Trump administration's proposed changes to the H-1B visa program for highly skilled foreign workers could force health IT vendors to pay higher salaries to software engineers.
Week of 17 Apr 2017 HL7 standards work slowed by lack of financial support, leaders say (17 Apr 2017)
Leaders of HL7, the international health IT standards organization, say HL7 standards development is being held back by lack of financial support from some industry organizations.
Week of 27 Mar 2017 Arrival of new HHS healthcare tech boss could augur big changes at ONC (30 Mar 2017)
President Trump's appointment of former GOP congressman John Fleming, M.D., to a newly created health technology post could portend ONC downsizing and MACRA changes.
Week of 20 Mar 2017 VA launches collaborative 3D printing hospital network (20 Mar 2017)
The Department of Veterans Affairs is collaborating with a 3D printer manufacturer to encourage surgical planning and anatomical modeling for personalized healthcare.
Experts were not surprised by the recently published ECRI report on patient safety issues. In fact, experts agreed these issues have been around for a while.
Week of 27 Feb 2017 New Epic EHR systems to carry lower prices, aimed at smaller hospitals (01 Mar 2017)
New, more minimalist versions of the Epic EHR system will feature lower prices, though also less functionality. And these will be aimed at smaller hospitals, according to Epic.
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23 surprises from CMS' meaningful use attestation data SearchHealthIT.com | 23 Jun 2014
Wondering which vendors net the most meaningful use attestation incentive checks for their customers? Here's a complex breakdown of CMS data.