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Articles from Health Management Technology (July 1, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
"The Community" delivers recommendations to Leavitt. Brief article 220
Acute bariatric care. Brief article 118
AHA again challenges physician-owned hospitals. Brief article 173
Biometric insurance authentication. Brief article 98
Business intelligence solution. Brief article 130
Compact color scanner. Brief article 116
Complex event processing. Brief article 114
Connectivity, security, mobility. 128
CPOE improves discharge documentation. Brief article 171
Denials management solution. Brief article 118
DM delivers improved outcomes for CHF patients. 205
Dual-processor power. Brief article 124
EHR implementation: who benefits, who pays? Steele, Evan 1010
Extended-life battery. Brief article 129
Front-lit display. Brief article 121
Going mobile: a Tablet PC is the core patient care device at a new digital, wireless hospital in Wisconsin. Waton, Kathleen 834
Graphics for Healthcare Solution. Brief article 113
Inventory control: bar codes and wireless technologies help Gundersen Lutheran Health System manage its supply chain. Rogoski, Richard R. 1553
Kaiser Permanente launches consumer-directed line. Brief article 152
Key information upgrade. Brief article 90
NACHC calls on Congress to grant funds. Brief article 83
NYC docs to get $40 million in EHRs. Brief article 120
ONC increases funding for interoperability. Brief article 194
Online management performance. Brief article 108
Outcomes Management. Brief article 118
Parental control: Iowa Health System wrangles multiple, unruly intranets and builds a site with flexibility and consistency for 18,400 employees. Lureman, Proctor; Langel, Deb 1494
Phone-free virtual visits: Aetna covers online doctor-patient communication for insured members in Florida and California. Blair, Robin 1708
Physician information system. Brief article 128
Portable health record. Brief article 139
Portable thermal printer. Brief article 125
Powerful, light, secure. 113
Privacy compliance down, security up. 185
Rugged, lightweight, convertible. Brief article 114
Rules of the game. Blair, Robin Editorial 559
Seattle U lab provides hi-tech training. Brief article 119
Tablet PCs: tough enough? New Mexico's largest EMS deploys rugged, convertible tablet PCs to make digital chart compliance easier. Lee, Jack 1476
The financial impact of e-prescribing. Brief article 106
The successful transition to IDC-10. Brief article 203
Transcription/speech recognition. Brief article 113
Trends influencing the cost of care and patient safety: decision-making in five key areas can improve clinical and economic performance. Clark, Robert 1631
Vendor and practice journal publicly rank insurers. 327
Wireless patient tracking in disaster management. McBride, Mike Cover story 1614

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