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The Shock of the New: The Paris Art World of 1916--and the U.S. Healthcare Landscape of 2018: What does a revolution in art from a century ago say about the present moment in U.S. healthcare? Sep 1, 2018 610
Could Newfangled Business and Technology Combinations Upend the Landscape of Healthcare Delivery? Could some of the business and technology combinations and ventures announced within the past year herald a new era of disruption in U.S. healthcare delivery? Industry experts agree--the answer, potentially, is yes. Sep 1, 2018 1590
Are the Lines Between Provider and Payer Organizations Beginning to Blur? To Some, That Would Be Progress: As physician-based and hospital-based organizations plunge further into risk-based contracting, managing the contracts and the processes across a heterogeneous landscape, is turning out to be highly challenging for everyone. Sep 1, 2018 1491
Markets and Medicine: Where Do Physicians Land, in the Emerging World of U.S. Healthcare? Even as the purchasers and payers of healthcare push hard on physicians in practice to embrace value-based care delivery and payment, doctors remain conflicted and ambivalent about the new healthcare. Sep 1, 2018 1528
In the Emerging World of Risk-Based Contracting, Data Analytics Is a Foundational Necessity: As patient care organizations engage in more rigorous and challenging risk-based contracts, the need to leverage data and analytics to support value-based care delivery operations is becoming paramount. Sep 1, 2018 3277
When Will We Be Able to Nail the "Golden Spike" in the Foundation of the New Healthcare? Jun 1, 2018 651
Landscape Tilt: As the policy and payment landscape shifts, U.S. healthcare leaders look at the opportunities and challenges inherent in plunging into risk-based contracting. Jun 1, 2018 2175
The I.T. and Data Analytics Drive: As providers plunge further into risk-based contracting, data analytics and strong IT foundations are seen as critical success factors. Jun 1, 2018 1744
Can We "Rewire" Our Brains to Achieve the New Healthcare? Mar 1, 2018 614
THE 2018 HEALTHCARE INFORMATICS INNOVATOR AWARDS: INNOVATION IS EVERYWHERE AND THE FUTURE IS HERE. Mar 1, 2018 625
SECOND-PLACE WINNING TEAM: Adventist Health System: Optimizing bundled payment performance around joint replacement. Mar 1, 2018 1697
A New Era in Network Segmentation? One of the most standard--yet least-understood--elements in IT security, receives new scrutiny, as the need for advanced strategies--such as micro-segmentation-becomes more and more apparent in healthcare. Mar 1, 2018 2093
Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Strategies Evolve Forward: Recently, highly publicized cyberattacks have lent new urgency to calls for healthcare IT security leaders to fully develop their disaster recovery and business continuity plans. Mar 1, 2018 2220
Images, Perceptions, and Reality: In Science and in Healthcare, It's All Complex. Nov 1, 2017 607
Wide Load: Puzzling Out the Place of the Diagnostic Image in the Emerging Healthcare Landscape: Even as the U.S. healthcare system shifts from volume to value, how best to integrate image exchange into overall data exchange remains unresolved. Cover story Nov 1, 2017 2998
Will Digital Pathology Finally Join Radiology in the New Digital Healthcare? The publication of a peer-reviewed article in the American Journal of Surgical Pathology has opened the door to the widespread use of digital pathology for diagnosis, pointing to a new era for that important specialty--and the broad inclusion of digital pathology images into enterprise-wide digital archives. Cover story Nov 1, 2017 1289
The Texas Hospital Association's Bold Data Analytics Thrust: The Texas Hospital Association's chief digital officer reports on THA's bold data initiative. Nov 1, 2017 2169
Exploring New Worlds--In Space and in U.S. Healthcare: NASA scientists have spent a decade-and-a-half remotely exploring the world of the planet Saturn; what can U.S. healthcare leaders learn from the scientists' exploratory experiences? Sep 1, 2017 614
"One Foot in the Boat, One Foot on the Dock": Providers and Payers Forge a New Social Contract under Value-Based Healthcare: The leaders of medical groups, hospitals and health systems are finding willing partners--and tons of practical challenges--as they move forward with the federal government and with private health insurers into the new world of value-based healthcare. Sep 1, 2017 3435
Value-Based Healthcare and IT: HIT Leaders Work Out New Strategies. Sep 1, 2017 2614
The "Point-Counterpoint" to End Healthcare IT Policy World? The New England Journal's op-ed face-off of fers a surprising level of conceptual overlap. Sep 1, 2017 2285
New Perspectives on the Meaning of Success--As MD Group Leaders Forge Ahead Into Risk. Jul 1, 2017 615
Plunging Ahead: Advanced Physician Organization Leaders Move Forward to Manage Risk: Even as the leaders of many physician organizations worry about the implications of the 2018 proposed rule for the QPP under MACRA, senior leaders at pioneering physician-lead organizations are charging ahead into risk-based contracting--and learning a lot about what works and what doesn't. Jul 1, 2017 3582
The Leaders of a Unique Michigan ACO Organization Share their Perspectives on ACO Development: The leaders of Prime Accountable Care share their perspectives on the critical success factors involved in ACO development. Jul 1, 2017 2517
Most Interesting Vendors 2017: Epic: What's Behind the Epic Juggernaut? As the EHR vendor market continues to consolidate and mature, will interoperability and data exchange improve--or stall out? Industry leaders ponder whether Epic's size and extraordinary market dominance are a net positive or negative for progress going forward. May 1, 2017 3096
The World of Imaging: A Changing Landscape for Radiologists--and for Everyone: The entire world of radiology is changing--on the policy, payment, business, clinical, and technological levels--and healthcare IT leaders are in a position to help radiologists transform their practices to meet the requirements of the new healthcare. May 1, 2017 2643
Getting Practical on Population Health: What Pioneers Are Learning Now: As even the most advanced patient care organizations in the U.S. continue to work through some of the thorny fundamental issues around how to begin leveraging data analytics to support population health efforts under risk-bearing contracts, industry experts are urging healthcare IT leaders to base their healthcare IT plans on broader organizational strategies around risk. Cover story Apr 1, 2017 2444
At the Cleveland HIT Summit, Looking at the Opportunities in Using Sociodemographic Data: Michigan Medicine's Justin Pestrue looks at the potential of demographic data to improve population health efforts. Apr 1, 2017 1946
Chartis Group Consultants: It's Time for Patient Care Leaders to Rethink Revenue Cycle: The Chartis Group's Ormand and Bankhead want patient care leaders to rethink how they frame revenue cycle management. Apr 1, 2017 1562
Have you experienced your "Rite of Spring" moment yet in healthcare? Mar 1, 2017 617
Clinical transformation: the time is absolutely now: after decades of being predicted, clinical transformation is happening--but are there enough signposts along the pathway? Mar 1, 2017 1421
Slow FHIR: will a much-hyped standard turbo-charge interoperability--or maybe not quite? Industry leaders see a landscape filled with complexity, when it comes to FHIR's potential for facilitating rapid progress towards healthcare IT interoperability. Mar 1, 2017 1338
Laying the foundations for the new healthcare: a map of the new, data-driven landscape: IT leaders at organizations like Geisinger Health, VITL, and Orlando Health are offering maps for success in laying the foundations for enterprise-wide analytics. Mar 1, 2017 1687
Allina Health: first-place winning team: scoring with cardiovascular care: Allina Health's bold, data-driven clinical transformation work. Jan 1, 2017 1666
What do remote radiologic reads from India have to do with economic globalization? Nov 1, 2016 620
Can medicare ACOs learn from commercial ACOs? A Commonwealth Fund-sponsored analysis of ACO development is offering fascinating insights. Nov 1, 2016 1370
Is the "Genius in All of Us" smart enough to propel physicians forward into the new healthcare? Sep 1, 2016 621
Diving into the deep end of the pool: as physician group leaders move into risk-based contracting, the ability to capably leverage data and information systems will be crucial to success. Cover story Sep 1, 2016 3194
Industry experts: as healthcare IT security concerns continue to intensify, CIOs and CISOs face a new world: not only are CIOs and CISOs in patient care organizations seeing an unprecedented level of data security threats these days--everyone has agreed that those threats can only be expected to continue to grow. Sep 1, 2016 1729
AEHIS: gathering chief information security officers together at a time of rapid change: CHIME's affiliated group for CISOs is trying to help healthcare IT security leaders become more effective at a key time for the industry. Sep 1, 2016 1366
At [iHT.sup.2]-Seattle: leadership, culture as keys to the success of IT and innovation: Suzanne Anderson and Sajid Ahmed offered their perspectives on the relationship between leadership and IT and organizational innovation. Sep 1, 2016 2031
One former HIT executive's perspectives on what non-hit leaders need from HIT leaders: the Medical College of Georgia's Annamalai Ramanathan shares his perspectives on what non-IT leaders need from IT leaders. Sep 1, 2016 1748
Shouldn't CMS officials be more straightforward about ACOs' level of progress? CMS officials' presentation of the latest AC0 statistics lacked clarity and transparency. Sep 1, 2016 1534
The role of emotion in good decision-making: science is catching up to society. Jul 1, 2016 618
OpenNotes now: how the movement will change the physician-patient relationship. Cover story Jul 1, 2016 2706
Using data analytics to improve clinical performance and its reimbursement outcomes: one hospital's experience A. Thomas McGill, M.D. is leading an ongoing initiative at Butler Health System to leverage data to improve both clinical and financial outcomes. Jul 1, 2016 1892
What happens when a golden age declines? Time for a future-focused reset. May 1, 2016 602
Healthcare IT's "quiet company" is becoming less quiet by the day: snaring the Defense Department's EHR implementation contract (in partnership with Cerner) last year helped open new doors of market recognition for Leidos Health. May 1, 2016 1185
With the ransomware crisis, the landscape of data security shifts in healthcare: cybersecurity was already a major concern in healthcare--and that was before a string of ransomware attacks this spring shifted the landscape in this critical area. May 1, 2016 1962
In the quest for the new healthcare, don't forget the one ring of power. Mar 1, 2016 620
Making interoperability real: can vendors "play nice" and help move providers forward in the new healthcare? Mar 1, 2016 992
Risk and reward? As providers take on more rigorous risk-based contracting, CIOs face manifold challenges. Mar 1, 2016 1343
Revolutionizing the note: how OpenNotes and consumerism will tip M.D. documentation reform into reality. Mar 1, 2016 1165
What do "big history" and the present moment in U.S. healthcare have in common? Jan 1, 2016 607
Premier's Joe Damore expresses optimism about the Next Generation ACO program: Premier, Inc.'s Joe Damore shares his perspectives on the newly unveiled Next Generation ACO program. Jan 1, 2016 1339
Live from the Health IT Summit in San Diego: the long slog towards achieving value via data and analytics: at the Health IT Summit in San Diego, a lively discussion on the journey into leveraging data and analytics for the push into value-based care. Jan 1, 2016 1547
How travel became a global business-and how imaging informatics might become globalized, too. Nov 1, 2015 600
Shifting landscape: in the imaging informatics world, everything is changing. Cover story Nov 1, 2015 2781
CHIME fall forum: CIOs as change agents going into the future: presenting the results of a unique survey of CIOs and their non-CIO fellow executives, two healthcare IT leaders urged healthcare CIOs to embrace change. Nov 1, 2015 860
Full-court press on population health: at Crystal Run Healthcare, the senior leaders are committed to a population health strategy. Interview Nov 1, 2015 1345
What do the memoirs of an eighteenth-century French noblewoman have to do with readmissions reduction? Sep 1, 2015 602
In the trenches on population health: medical group leaders move forward to move data (and process) mountains. Cover story Sep 1, 2015 2962
Premier's Damore: with the right help, ACOs are moving in the right direction: as new Medicare Pioneer ACO and MSSP program results are released, Premier, Inc.'s Joe Damore shares insights on Premier ACO Collaborative members' progress. Interview Sep 1, 2015 1675
The thorniest barriers to robust data analytics? Panelists uncover a tangle of them: panelists at iHT2-Seattle take on some of the thorniest barriers bedeviling attempts at robust data analytics. Discussion Sep 1, 2015 1753
Have you met the four villains of decision-making? Jul 1, 2015 622
Most interesting vendors: Cognizant: making the IT services-software connection in the new managed care: the opportunity to leap fully into the accountable care space was irresistible to this rapidly growing managed care services company. Jul 1, 2015 1263
CHIME moves forward on a challenge-based plan for a national patient ID: leaders at CHIME are moving forward assertively to stimulate a challenge, or contest, to spur the invention of a private-sector solution to the problem of the lack of a national patient ID in the U.S. Interview Jul 1, 2015 1250
Will old-style healthcare leaders get "Googled" by the new healthcare pioneers? Mar 1, 2015 593
Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic. Mar 1, 2015 1716
Texas Children's Hospital: when performance improvement, passion, and data analytics discipline meet. Mar 1, 2015 1531
Best in KLAS: shifts in the provider operations landscape influence vendor selection: as population health initiatives move forward, core EHR selection issues are emerging; and as interoperability becomes key, clinical/financial integration gains in importance. Interview Mar 1, 2015 1851
The LEGO solution: who will have the agility to master the new healthcare environment? The case for embracing change. Jan 1, 2015 584
Eight essential principles for governance success: Texas Health Resources CIO Ed Marx offers a set of eight bedrock principles on which to base good IT governance--anywhere. Jan 1, 2015 871
Some consensus on data security and the cloud: as providers move more and more into cloud-based computing, strong data security and data privacy regimens are possible. Jan 1, 2015 950
Heading towards $5 trillion in annual U.S. healthcare spending: as healthcare spending hurtles toward unprecedented levels, ACO and population health strategies can help reduce spending on imaging informatics. Nov 1, 2014 621
As ACOs and population health move forward, no 'big boxes' of diagnostic images needed. Cover story Nov 1, 2014 3157
Real world data analytics: D.C. panel consensus: in the end, data analytics comes back to patients, communities. Nov 1, 2014 884
It's time to get serious about healthcare data security: an expert on healthcare data security issues stern warning about the nature of threats and preventative measures that need to be taken. Nov 1, 2014 847
Radiology group pushes ahead on meaningful use: East River Medical Imaging in Manhattan moves ahead on Stage 1 and sets its sights on Stage 2 meaningful use. Nov 1, 2014 1715
Of Easter Island, Australian forests, and ACOs: what happens when societies fail to heed warning signs? Oct 1, 2014 614
Evolution and revolution: what medical group leaders are learning about the new healthcare through their Medicare Shared Savings Program participation. Cover story Oct 1, 2014 2376
UCLA Health's goal: an incubator of healthcare innovation: at a time of constrained resources, UCLA Health is actively collaborating with IT vendors and others to develop new approaches to supporting compassionate, coordinated care. Oct 1, 2014 870
'Astronauts on a mission' around clinical transformation: in his iHT2 keynote address, Nicholas Wolter, M.D., CEO of the Billings Clinic, spoke about culture, vision, and mission. Oct 1, 2014 1069
Clearing the air on the ICD-10 transition: AHIMA's Sue Bowman shares her perspectives on the current moment in the journey towards the ICD-10 transition. Interview Oct 1, 2014 1871
Can your robot get up and walk away? Or, the challenge of predicting the latest trends: while it may be difficult to predict how policy developments will pan out, it's crucial for healthcare IT leaders to be open to all possibilities. Sep 1, 2014 586
One medical expert's look at readmissions and I.T.: Jane Brock, M.D., CMO of Colorado's State QIO, challenges healthcare I.T. professionals to effectively participate in readmissions reduction facilitation. Sep 1, 2014 1148
Cloud computing's complicated path: iHT2 Denver Health IT Summit panelists agreed: the transition to the cloud will be a complex, long-term one in healthcare. Discussion Sep 1, 2014 1047
Lessons learned at a Pioneer ACO: Heritage Medical Systems is leading a broad-based initiative around ACO development, with many lessons already learned from the Medicare Pioneer MSSP Program. Sep 1, 2014 2081
Carolinas Healthcare's Investment in analytics for community health: the 42-hospital Carolinas Healthcare System is moving ahead to leverage analytics capabilities to support system-wide community health and population health efforts. Sep 1, 2014 1259
Time to hire professional process engineers: a leader in the global quality improvement/process engineering association shares his perspectives on how to professionalize quality improvement in healthcare. Sep 1, 2014 2039
Not clueless, courageous: what it takes to build an ACO from scratch. Jul 1, 2014 613
High hurdles: leaders of patient care organizations participating in Medicare's ACO programs are ramping up to push forward into the new healthcare. Cover story Jul 1, 2014 2995
Payers, providers, and data: a panel of industry leaders share their views on health plan-provider collaboration around data. Discussion Jul 1, 2014 1448
The experiences of M.D.-led and other ACOs: a comparison: a new health affairs study looks at the challenges and opportunities facing physicians leading ACOs. Jul 1, 2014 602
Got a surgical checklist? Guess what--it's more complicated than that: vendors both large and small are forging ahead with innovative solutions--hopefully with the end-user in mind. Jun 1, 2014 606
Imaging informatics at a crossroads: taking a conservative approach as it steers through policy-related developments. Jun 1, 2014 1121
Why there won't be a Thomas Edison in M.D. documentation reform: is it time to retire the idea of the solitary inventor? Apr 1, 2014 577
Take a note on that: CMIOs help lead physician documentation reform: 'note bloat' exists and is imperiling patient safety. but reforming physician documentation is a question that involves leadership, training, and education of physicians and others. industry leaders share their success stories and advice by Mark Hagland. Apr 1, 2014 2861
The triple aim and healthcare IT leaders: time for action: IHI's Don Goldmann, M.D. offers healthcare IT leaders food for thought around continuous care delivery improvement. Apr 1, 2014 1172
Quality improvement at piedmont healthcare: Mark Cohen, M.D. shares his perspectives on quality improvement at a multi-hospital system in Atlanta. Apr 1, 2014 1056

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