Podcasts are a great way to get health IT news on the go. They can be played immediately using the player on the page, or downloaded to an MP3 player for listening later in the car, on the train or anywhere. These podcasts from SearchHealthIT.com feature interviews with leading health care IT experts, who share their thoughts on meeting meaningful use requirements, engaging patients in using health information technology and using technology...
to transform health care.
SearchHealthIT.com podcasts also feature expert technical advice on building an infrastructure that supports health information technology. Learn from the experts how to benefit from virtualization technology or how to build a wireless network for a health care setting. Listen to the latest health IT news and tips today.
- Beyond billing: ICD-10 codes an opportunity for richer data
The transition to ICD-10 codes will be a challenge; but as one CIO is finding, more specific codes will mean more accurate clinical information, not to mention better billing.
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- Crystal-ball gazing for EHR purchasing trends
IDC Health Insights analyst Judy Hanover breaks down the whys and wherefores of EHR purchasing trends in the company's latest report, which tracks spending from 2009 to 2015.
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- Talking tablets and mobile health adoption
Are smartphones and tablets driving mobile health adoption? Listen to part 2 of this two-part podcast to learn about the impact of mobile devices on health care in the U.S.
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- Of mHealth implementations and Apple iOS vs. Google Android
Why Google Android eventually will give the Apple iPad and iOS operating system a run for their money, and tips for mHealth smartphone implementations in health care settings.
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- Google Health has a new focus
Is Google Health still in the running as a viable PHR service? John Moore of Chilmark Research gives the inside scoop on Google Health and discusses the future of PHR services.
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- Google Health's extreme makeover
Will the makeover to Google Health -- gearing it more to personal fitness -- damage its long-term prospects as a PHR service? John Moore of Chilmark Research offers his thoughts.
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- New program helps physicians assess meaningful use
Learn about the American Board of Medical Specialties' new focus on meaningful use and health IT.
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- What's new for health information exchange in CONNECT 3.0
David Riley, lead for the Federal Health Architecture, discusses how version 3 of the open source tool CONNECT can advance health information exchange, a key tenet of meaningful use.
Go to podcast: What's new for health information exchange in CONNECT 3.0
- Better health IT design key to improving patient safety
The role of health IT in opening communication between patients and providers, and in improving patient safety, cannot be underemphasized, two University of Illinois at Chicago physicians note in this podcast.
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- One hospital CIO details a bumpy path to meaningful use
In this podcast, the CIO of a 232-bed hospital discusses the obstacles it is facing to meet the requirements for meaningful use. These include upgrading its clinical apps and infrastructure.
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- Clinical order set library provides a path to transforming care
Health system officials discuss how using a clinical order set library and a computerized physician order entry (CPOE) system has resulted in improvements in the quality of care.
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- Patient engagement leads to more effective use of health IT
The federal government wants meaningful use of health IT, but surveys show it won't happen unless patient engagement improves. This podcast examines what doctors can do.
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- Tips for running clinical applications in a virtual environment
Uncertain about how to run clinical applications in a virtual environment? Check out these tips from an experienced health care IT professional.
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- Grant in hand, regional extension center heads discuss next steps
Two leaders of an Atlanta-based regional extension center discuss how they plan to help providers, especially those in rural areas, implement electronic health records and achieve meaningful use.
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- Dr. Barry Chaiken discusses HIMSS 2010, electronic health records
Dr. Barry Chaiken, board chairman of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society and Chief Medical Officer of Imprivata, and Imprivata CEO Omar Hussain discuss the HIMSS 2010 annual conference and how technology is transforming health care.
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- Building a wireless network for your health care organization
Find out what every health care CIO needs to establish and secure a high-availability wireless network.
Go to podcast: Building a wireless network for your health care organization