Best of Health IT News: Week of 6/7/13

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.

3 Paths Big Data Will Blaze

With big data on everyone’s mind, Healthcare IT News covers the top three ways that data will improve the patient experience.

Meaningful use incentives ascend past $14.5B

Government Health IT reports on how the federal government has paid out $14.6 billion in EHR incentive payments to date. More than 292,000 Medicare and Medicaid eligible providers have received EHR incentive payments.

Big Data Surge From Federal Agencies Will Drive Health IT

The big story this week is the release of new federal health data by HHS, CMS, and ONC. CIO covers the news and discusses how the federal government is using data transparency as a means to drive private sector innovations in health care.

EHRs could use an infusion of mobile technology

In FierceMobileHealthcare, Editor Greg Slabdokin discusses the increasing adoption of EHRs and what it means for the future of health care. He also highlights a study released on May 30 that found that an overwhelming majority of physicians surveyed say that mobile applications are necessary in order to access data anytime, anywhere.

HHS, CMS, ONC release new health data to promote openness

EHR Intelligence reports on HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’s announcement that new data will be released from HHS, CMS, and ONC on a variety of health topics.

Friday, June 07, 2013 9:29:00 AM Categories: best practices data security EHR HHS industry news ONC patient experience of care

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