Posts in Category: cardiology

Best of Health IT News: Week of 10/17/13 

Did you have a chance to check out the latest healthcare IT news stories around the Web? We’ve captured the top industry news stories from this week that you won’t want to miss.

Cardiology at Saratoga Hospital Adopts LUMEDX Web-Based Information System

In LUMEDX news, the cardiology department at Saratoga Hospital has deployed LUMEDX’s HealthView in its cardiovascular service line to improve access to comprehensive patient information across the continuum of care.

Health IT Investments in Q3 Reach Record $737M, According to Report

iHealthBeat reports on Q3 2013 numbers, which show that there were a record number of health IT investments with over 150 deals totaling nearly $737 million.

Health IT Is Not a Single-Minded Monolithic Being

HIT Consultant offers up a perspective on the growth of the health IT market and argues that there are still a great deal of factions, competing ideologies, and more dividing factors within the health IT market – especially in the areas of surveillance and consolidation.  

Health IT Job Growth Has Been Underestimated?

In health IT hiring news, it appears that new data from an analysis of online job postings shows that the number of health IT jobs available has exceeded projections. The job market for employees working with EHR systems continues to be robust.  

4 ways to make EHR data more personal

Government Health IT discusses what EHR developers and providers need to do in order to provide patient-centric care. Some ideas include integration of all settings, integration of all users across the enterprise, and accurate and timely documentation.  

Best of Health IT News: Week of 10/10/13 

Did you have a chance to check out the latest healthcare IT news stories around the Web? We’ve captured the top industry news stories from this week that you won’t want to miss.

Two million-dollar studies target heart health via health IT

EHR Intelligence covers a recent research award from PCORI designed to help organizations and researchers develop health information technology tools and services for treating heart disease.

HIMSS Innovation Center opens its doors

According to Healthcare IT News, the HIMMS Innovation Center opened its doors this week in Cleveland. The goal of the new center is to engage people and give them opportunities to learn about healthcare IT. The facility includes a Health IT Simulation Center and a Healthcare Technology Showcase.

Meaningful Use Still on Target During Shutdown

During the government shutdown, meaningful use programs will continue to be in place, as healthcare IT incentives do not come from annual appropriations. Federal incentives for electronic health records will continue to roll out.

ONC Study Shows Encouraging Increase in Electronic Prescribing  

iHealthBeat covers a recent study conducted by the ONC that shows that electronic prescribing has grown significantly over the past few years. As of December 2012, 94% of urban pharmacies were accepting e-prescriptions, and 93% or rural pharmacies were accepting them. 

Best of Health IT News: Week of 8/8/13 

Did you have a chance to check out the latest healthcare IT news stories around the Web? We’ve captured the top industry news stories from this week that you won’t want to miss.

Farzad Mostashari to Leave Federal Health IT Office  

The Washington Post covers the big news in healthcare this week, which is that Farzad Mostashari has announced that he will be stepping down as the National Health IT Coordinator.

Mostashari’s letter to ONC

To get a full view of the complete email that Farzad Mostashari sent to ONC staff, head on over to Government Health IT.

12 Cardiology Center Openings and Expansions

Becker’s Hospital Review publishes a list of 12 cardiology center openings and expansions that happened in the past month.

Will Healthcare Look to Zappos for Inspiration – or to Comcast?

Forbes poses an interesting question: as the healthcare industry becomes increasingly customer service based, how will healthcare providers have to start changing their business models to meet the needs of patients?

Why big data, healthcare analytics require key partnerships

EHR Intelligence discusses how healthcare organizations and providers can transition from reactive to proactive care, and how health IT tools help in predicting patient outcomes and providing intervention.

 

Best of Health IT News: Week of 7/18/13 

Did you have a chance to check out the latest healthcare IT news stories around the Web? We’ve captured the top industry news stories from this week that you won’t want to miss.

EHRs ‘transforming’ care, says Tavenner

Healthcare IT News covers the news of how EHRs are becoming widely adopted and are transforming care. 80% of eligible hospitals and more than 50% of eligible professionals have adopted EHRs and received meaningful use incentive payments.

Physician’s take on transition to Stage 2 Meaningful Use

Dr. Manuel Lowenhaupt talks to EHR Intelligence about strategies that healthcare organizations and providers can use to take on meaningful use. He covers how to prepare for meaningful use, as well as strategies for involving staffers and colleagues effectively.

Availability of cardiac CT streamlines cath lab use, lowers costs

TheHeart.org covers a study that found that when CT screening became available, the cost of diagnostic tests and percentage of repeat patients goes down.

What are top business challenges, prospects for physicians?

In EHR Intelligence, a study of 300 physicians shows that the top three business challenges for physicians are: managing shifting reimbursements with payors, financial management, and spending time with patients.

Health IT hiring remains a challenge

FierceHealthIT reports on how healthcare IT is currently a hot job market and how many healthcare providers have had to put IT projects on hold due to staff shortages.

Thursday, July 18, 2013 8:49:00 AM Categories: cardiology electronic health records health IT HIT hospitals industry news

Guest Post on EMR Daily News  

Today on EMR Daily News, LUMEDX consultants David Wayne and Gus Gilbertson discuss how predictive analytics can transform healthcare facilities. The post, "Leveraging Meaningful Data in Healthcare," takes readers through a step-by-step process of how to effectively use data in decision making.

To learn more about the LUMEDX Consulting Group, visit our website here 

Prof Montage: Cardiology Lessons for the YouTube Generation 

Australian cardiologist Dr. Jonathan Silberberg has embarked on a mission to provide a free, educational resource for medical students. Instead of using traditional textbooks, Dr. Silberberg created a series of 3-minute videos that explain complex cardiology concepts. Currently, Prof Montage has 20 videos posted on Clinical Cardiology, Cardiac Physiology, and Clinical Epidemiology.

A second series of videos is scheduled to be released in June 2013.

Watch below for an introduction to the Prof Montage cast of characters.

 

Wednesday, May 29, 2013 12:23:00 PM Categories: cardiology
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