Best of Health IT News: Week of 5/31/13

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.

EHR Mandate Riles Massachusetts Doctors

InformationWeek covers the controversy rising in Massachusetts over an amendment to a state law that would require physicians to show EHR proficiency – or lose their medical licenses in 2015.

Feds move nearer to patient-safety framework for health IT

ModernHealthcare.com reports on how the federal government is now closer to adopting a regulatory and patient-safety framework for computerized healthcare devices.

A Data-Powered Revolution in Health Care

Todd Park, United States Chief Technology Officer, weighs in on the White House Blog about the data-powered revolution in health care and how innovative tools are helping “clinicians succeed at delivering better care at lower cost.”

Quebec to make EHR live in all regions

GovernmentHealthIT covers Quebec’s bold move to implement a $1.6 billion electronic health record system across all 17 regions. The project will reach more than 8 million people by the end up 2015.

How to avoid EHR backlash in the patient experience, clinic

EHR Intelligence discusses “EHR backlash” and how to smoothly manage enterprise-wide software implementations.

Friday, May 31, 2013 9:56:00 AM Categories: EHR health information technology HIT industry news President Barack Obama

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