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Articles from Health Management Technology (November 1, 2010)

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Avoid social networking poison: hospital staff may unknowingly subject the hospital network to a variety of Web-based threats. These tips will help you mitigate the risks. Touchette, Fred 600
Behavioral healthcare management. 101
Conferences a snapshot of EMR progress. Gasch, Arthur Conference news 615
Device makers can add meaning to meaningful use: interoperable medical devices already play a critical role in the transfer of important patient information, but they can do much more. Hudson, Symeria 882
Disclosures tracking and reporting. 107
E-learning supports EHR implementations: in addition to meaningful use, we need to define meaningful training. Jimenez, Andres 1309
Electronic referrals and precertifications at your fingertips: a multi-payer portal empowers administrative staff to improve care coordination. Denness, Peggy 722
Getting ahead of the reform storm: three steps to supercharging provider information management. Muppalla, Sam 1336
HIT must bolster efforts to monitor radiation. Colpas, Phil Viewpoint essay 430
Hospitals pick McKesson pharmacy robot to establish bar-code readiness. Brief article 185
How to achieve the full potential of telemedicine: hospitals can enhance mobility to promote quality and cost-effective care by utilizing the proper telehealth solution. Abu-Akel, Fouad 861
Inventory is key to off-site record storage: new HIPAA rules demand tighter retention practices. Robertson, April D. 950
Master data solution for ICD-10 remediation debuts. Brief article 180
Meaningful-use eligibility. 110
New report calls biometric ID technologies 'inherently fallible'. Brief article 204
PACS in your pocket: the age of the mobile, integrated PACS platform is here. Benjamin, Elad 923
Poised to touch all things: a look into the future of PACS. 2347
Self-service patient check-in. 106
So much data, so little time: healthcare storage virtualization is a flexible architecture that can help hospitals deal with the data explosion in a cost-effective manner. Cotterill, Tony 1069
The problem with problem lists: imagine if your dictated visit notes could update patient EMRs. Clinical language understanding can make that happen. Zaccagnini, Davide 1159
Vital signs on the go. 101

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