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Study: Hospital IT smartphone investments are driving clinical transformation. May 1, 2018 443
Challenges ahead for advancing health IT outside hospital environment. Report Apr 1, 2017 480
A pilot survey of strategies for the development of clinical summary documents. Katz, Nancy R.; Wood, Linda Fossati Report Mar 22, 2017 5899
10 cybersecurity trends to watch in 2017: Will the hard-learned lessons of 2016 lay the foundation for healthcare security success in the future? McMillan, Mac Feb 1, 2017 912
How to achieve IT resilience in the healthcare industry. Scallan, Todd Feb 1, 2017 849
Driving hospital efficiency: data analytics is the key to insightful asset management. Cook, Joel Oct 1, 2016 938
Looking forward: HIT in 2016 and beyond: industry experts forecast future trends--no crystal ball required. Van Alstin, Chad Michael Jan 1, 2016 3157
HIMSS Value Score is next-gen health IT analytics tool. Jan 1, 2016 425
Visualization improves workflow, referral numbers: St. John Health System sees big improvements after implementing patient flow software. Scott-Combs, Shelisa Jan 1, 2016 844
Do you measure up to the 'Most Wired' hospitals? Oct 1, 2015 391
Is ICD-10 bad for the ER? Brief article Jul 1, 2015 243
Why EMRs are a good thing. Brief article Dec 1, 2014 129
Hospitals rarely describe urinary tract infections as catheter-associated urinary tract infections when coding claims. Brief article Sep 1, 2014 127
Just give me a flight plan: how to make IT purchasing more effective. Wright, Wes Jul 1, 2014 762
U.S. hospital CPOE adoption reaches 50 percent--benefits to follow. Thompson, Doug Brief article Feb 1, 2014 283
Hospitals rarely described urinary tract infections as catheter-associated urinary tract infections when coding claims. Brief article Jan 1, 2014 124
Utilization of radiology service at Dungun District Hospital in Malaysia. Aung, San Thitsa; Oo, San San; Kamil, M.; Soe, Zay; Aung, Zaw; Oo, Aung Zin; Han, Yin Moe Report May 1, 2013 4900
Exploratory study of the burden of nonurgent visits to the emergency department of a hospital in Washington, DC. Bozzolo, Carla; Beck, Kenneth H.; Wang, Min Qi Survey Mar 22, 2013 5578
The roles of users' personal characteristics and organisational support in the attitude towards using ERP systems in a Spanish public hospital. Escobar-Rodriguez, Tomas; Bartual-Sopena, Lourdes Report Feb 1, 2013 7777
How UMass Memorial Hospital cut claims costs with a new RMIS: one of Massachusetts' largest hospitals invested its money and time into building a risk management information system (RMIS) from scratch--and is now enjoying the savings. Tweedy, David A. Oct 1, 2012 1127
Only 1 in 7 medical errors reported: a report by the Director-General of US Department of Health and Human Services has found that only one out of seven errors, accidents and other events that harm patients while they are hospitalised is reported. Brief article Jul 1, 2012 119
Looking at care quality progress: premier's Richard Bankowitz, M.D., offers his perspectives on the achievements being logged by quest participant hospitals. Hagland, Mark May 1, 2012 1442
Keeping tabs on IT projects. Hoppszallern, Suzanna Brief article May 1, 2012 270
Deploying information technology and continuous control monitoring systems in hospitals to prevent medication errors. Escobar-Rodriguez, Tomas; Monge-Lozano, Pedro; Romero-Alonso, Ma. Mercedes; Bolivar-Raya, Ma. Antoni Report Feb 1, 2012 6789
The path ahead: taking the next steps toward meaningful use CIOs are leading their hospitals forward on the path to meaningful use. Raths, David Cover story Jan 1, 2012 2514
Staying on your feet: CLOs ponder the right formula for disaster preparation in the new healthcare it world. Degaspari, John Report Oct 1, 2011 2751
"Google Flu Trends" and emergency department triage data predicted the 2009 pandemic H1N1 waves in Manitoba. Malik, Mohammad Tufail; Gumel, Abba; Thompson, Laura H.; Strome, Trevor; Mahmud, Salaheddin M. Report Jul 1, 2011 3446
Zero-failure option: one Tennessee hospital system benefits from creating a fully replicated set of data archives. Hagland, Mark Apr 1, 2011 1566
Who should manage your social media strategy? Bottles, Kent; Sherlock, Tom Mar 1, 2011 2311
Privacy, employees and human resources: a case report. Mair, Judith Report Feb 1, 2011 6252
Validating P4P improvement: the data is in: interview with Richard Bankowitz, M.D., enterprise-wide chief medical officer, premier. Hagland, Mark Interview Feb 1, 2011 1774
HIE: Health Information Exchange: after decades of false starts, technologies and policies finally converge to let providers share data. Morrissey, John Cover story Feb 1, 2011 3582
Patient as center of the health care universe: a closer look at patient-centered care. Murphy, Judy Jan 1, 2011 2018
Urgent care CIOs struggle with the ED systems integration issue: will standalone systems stand a chance under the pressures of meaningful use data collection and reporting requirements? CIOs are of two minds. Hagland, Mark Dec 1, 2010 2762
Wired practices make more money. Anderson, Jane Brief article Nov 15, 2010 119
Getting ahead of the reform storm: three steps to supercharging provider information management. Muppalla, Sam Nov 1, 2010 1336
Patient care, quality, and data networks. Brief article Oct 1, 2010 308
Building bridges: when it comes to physician navigation issues around the inpatient-outpatient divide, hospital organizations nationwide are following widely divergent strategies. Hagland, Mark Cover story Oct 1, 2010 2314
HIEs nationwide: an evolving mosaic: HIEs now cropping up across the country are taking various shapes, but all face the key challenge of sustainability. Prestigiacomo, Jennifer Oct 1, 2010 2123
NYCLIX: New York HIE life: an expansive HIE network has taken shape in the nation's most densely populated urban area. Appleby, Chuck Oct 1, 2010 1394
From paper to paperless: rethinking security may be part of the transition. Rogoski, Richard R. Oct 1, 2010 1611
The complexity behind quality measures: Jane Metzger, principal researcher, Emerging Practices, CSC, reflects on a drill-down of the MU Quality measures. Hagland, Mark Oct 1, 2010 1849
Whither healthcare IT. Cover story Oct 1, 2010 2299
Optimizing release-of-information processes: while Underwood-Memorial Hospital was already working with a provider that was meeting most of its medical records needs, a key element was missing. Zahn, Bonnie Oct 1, 2010 1053
Integrating information and communication technologies to support care delivery in the single-room ward environment. Penfold, Clarissa Oct 1, 2010 1592
First rule to improving clinical outcomes--understand how you are measured. Oliva, Anthony F. Sep 1, 2010 2243
Transcription makeover: Virginia's Rockingham Memorial Hospital improves its clinical documentation process by implementing advanced speech-recognition technologies. Rozmus, Mike Aug 1, 2010 967
Voice recognition: the key to hospital dominance: although still three to five years away, digitized voice recognition and input may hold the key to a comprehensive electronic patient clinical record. Zinn, Tim K. Aug 1, 2010 912
CPOE revelations: results of an important new study dispel some major assumptions about clinical it implementations. Hagland, Mark Jun 1, 2010 1294
Hospital Casemix Protocol--Medibank Private perspective. Szakiel, John Clinical report Jun 1, 2010 1315
WellStar chooses connectivity. Brief article Apr 1, 2010 101
HIMSS Analytics: hospitals III prepared for data explosion. Brief article Mar 1, 2010 217
Medical Record Scanning Project, Bathurst Base Hospital, Greater West Area Health Service (NSW): a health information management perspective. Floyd, Anne-Marie Feb 1, 2010 1010
Keep patients on track in the ED: electronic health-record implementation provides dramatic productivity improvements, $600,000 in annual savings, and a return on investment of slightly more than two years. Dec 1, 2009 1328
Side-by-side, but from different worlds: service and resource provision by academic health sciences libraries to their affiliated hospitals. Brown, Heather L.; Kaste, Ann M. Report Oct 1, 2009 2590
California fines hospital $250,000 for snooping. Brief article Sep 1, 2009 279
The documentation management program: a concerto for typically unaccompanied physician executives. Block, David Sep 1, 2009 4157
Patients want access to records. Jul 1, 2009 617
Patients reveal adverse events in the hospital not documented in the medical records. Brief article Jul 1, 2009 172
Memphis database delivers major public health benefits. Anderson, Jane Report Jun 15, 2009 1044
WA hospital stats online. Haines, Kim Brief article Apr 1, 2009 208
Australian hospital data: not just for funding. Michel, Jude L.; Jackson, Terri J. Report Feb 1, 2009 3772
Research note on 'An Easier Method to Extract Data From Large Databases: The Medicare Hospital Cost Report Database'. Asper, Faith M. Report Jan 1, 2009 884
Reply to research note on 'An Easier Method to Extract Data From Large Databases: The Medicare Hospital Cost Report Database". Jervis, Kathryn J.; Cutting, Alan C.; Goldberg, Gerson M. Jan 1, 2009 370
Web of care: how will the electronic medical record change medicine? Fins, Joseph J. Sep 1, 2008 1911
U.S. ads promote hospital comparison/shopping. Brief article Jul 1, 2008 272
When did we start doing that? Documenting the evolution of health information in Australia. Kearsey, Irene Jun 1, 2008 2399
Elevating the role of medical informational officer. Catapano, Joseph May 1, 2008 1789
Intelligent information: a national system for monitoring clinical performance. Bottle, Alex; Aylin, Paul Feb 1, 2008 7742
Documentation, recordkeeping and risk management. Vaughn, Lisa D. Report Dec 1, 2007 2476
Enhanced hospital quality information added to "hospital compare" Web site. Brief article Aug 1, 2007 96
Integrated ED: a Mississippi area medical center streamlines critical patient care through EDIS. Hatfield, Karen Aug 1, 2007 1627
CMS enhances hospital Web site. Anderson, Jane Brief article Jul 15, 2007 177
Charting a Course for Accuracy in the ED; A multi-hospital network rolls out electronic nurse charting. Flanagan, Tom Jul 1, 2007 1213
Facing the realities of the electronic age: despite its staff's initial trepidation, Sundown M Ranch pushes forward with implementing an electronic clinical record system. Levin-Epstein, Michael Jul 1, 2007 627
Names, addresses, birth dates, phone and Social Security numbers of more than 9,000 Concord Hospital patients were exposed on the Internet for more than a month and the hospital's president said there's no way of knowing whether any were poached by criminals. Brief article Jun 22, 2007 104
RCM payoffs add up: many hospitals are finding that RCM management solutions are lucrative investments which allow for adding revenue and subtracting time. Lawrence, Daphne Report Jun 1, 2007 1988
Point of failure: getting physicians on board with CPOE can be a battle, but is one well worth the fight. Feldbaum, James; Fuller, Karen Report Jun 1, 2007 1620
SGMC selects McKesson to spearhead safety. Brief article Jun 1, 2007 137
Iowa clinic picks up EHR. Brief article Jun 1, 2007 92
IRS rules on EMRs. Brief article Jun 1, 2007 88
UK to launch NHS Choices website this summer. Brief article Apr 12, 2007 204
Hospitals embrace IT. Anderson, Jane Brief article Apr 1, 2007 82
Knowledge type and communication media choice in the knowledge transfer process. Murray, Samantha R.; Peyrefitte, Joseph Mar 22, 2007 9073
Hospital IT departments prescribe portals for physicians: will making data more readily accessible lead to efficiency gains and clinical improvements? Raths, David Feb 1, 2007 1972
Paperless admit forms increase efficiency. Brief article Feb 1, 2007 223
Website to provide UK patients with more hospital choices. Brief article Jan 23, 2007 160
Website to provide UK patients with more hospital choices. Brief article Jan 23, 2007 173
Hospitals, the new center of the universe. Kleaveland, Bruce Viewpoint essay Jan 1, 2007 1287
Valuing hospital investment in information technology: does governance make a difference? Parente, Stephen T.; Van Horn, R. Lawrence Dec 22, 2006 6616
Using data to drive performance improvement in hospitals: real improvements in patient care, financial performance and efficiency will stem from the use of evidence-based approaches. Fitzpatrick, Melissa A. Dec 1, 2006 2449
Do you want us to hide information or release information? Make up your mind. Thompson, Richard E. Sep 1, 2006 1773
Date stamping: will it withstand the test of time? Bindman, Andrew B.; Bennett, Adam Aug 1, 2006 2250
Converged wireless saves $2m: wireless VoIP system provides seamless roaming and improves staff productivity. May 1, 2006 1508
Hospital ethnicity data. Lubell, Jennifer Brief article Apr 1, 2006 176
Formulary for success: New Jersey hospital partners with decision support database vendor to develop a homegrown pharmacy information system. Waton, Kathleen Editorial Dec 1, 2005 1411
EHR adoption slow, but steady. Oct 1, 2005 352
Hospital admissions syndromic surveillance--Connecticut, October 2001-June 2004. Hadler, James L.; Siniscalchi, A.; Dembek, Z. Aug 26, 2005 2954
The greatest defense is a good offense: surgery and ORs are a serious revenue stream for hospitals. Smart ones can enhance their financials by stretching IT into OR materials management. Rohloff, Rose; Holoska, Mark Jul 1, 2005 932
Good problems: an Ohio hospital uses financial software to solve patient satisfaction problems--and as an added benefit, slices its A/R days by a third. Blair, Robin Jun 1, 2005 1312
Building on success: academic emergency department leverages clinical automation to reduce overcrowding, streamline workflow and enhance revenue. Anderson, Patricia May 1, 2005 1728
Credentialing software: the ayes have it! Pennsylvania eye clinic uses credentialing software to improve accounts receivable. Waton, Kathleen Apr 1, 2005 1044
Nothing but 'net: a nonprofit hospital system's first CIO leads the transition from disparate, server-based clinical and financial information systems to a streamlined ASP hosted approach. Reynolds, Phil Feb 1, 2005 1343
Looking in the clinical mirror: outcomes as a tool for refining intervention. Jan 1, 2005 473
The best backup = no downtime. Jan 1, 2005 827
If you build it (right), they will come: the physician-friendly CPOE: not everything works as planned right out of the box. A Mississippi hospital customizes its electronic order entry system for maximum use by physicians. Fitzpatrick, John; Koh, Jason Soonju Jan 1, 2005 1422
Appointments made easy: enterprise scheduling system allows New Jersey community hospital to decrease waiting times, reduce gaps between procedures and capture more registration information upfront. Jan 1, 2005 1073
Drivers and outcomes of PACS: benefits abound for healthcare organizations that deploy digital imaging and archiving systems. Improved productivity, decreased full-time employee numbers and strong clinician adoption are just a few of the net gains. But they don't accrue without strategic planning and elbow grease. Rogoski, Richard R. Cover Story Nov 1, 2004 2789
Strategic planning supports ED automation: what works: computerization enables Virginia hospital ED to reduce average length of stay while increasing patient volume. Nov 1, 2004 1141
Market competition gives way to benefits of cooperation: rival hospitals in the greater Cincinnati area unite to share clinical information via an SSL VPN and to improve patient care. Nov 1, 2004 1530
The best backup = no downtime. Jul 1, 2004 453
Ethnicity data in hospitals. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article Jul 1, 2004 107
UK hospital turns to Axis for IP security network. Brief Article Apr 13, 2004 133
Where there's a will, there's a way; Alabama referral hospital combines scheduling and document imaging systems to create a paperless order-tracking system. Daffron, Eric Apr 1, 2004 1128
SSLVPN secures critical information. Apr 1, 2004 896
Small but mighty: a rural Pennsylvania hospital becomes the epitome of efficiency with IT. Rogoski, Richard R. Mar 1, 2004 1583
Inside text mining: text mining provides a powerful diagnosis of hospital quality rankings. Cerrito, Patricia Mar 1, 2004 1706
Medicine: X-rays by satellite. Brief Article Mar 1, 2004 157
TietoEnator delivers adapter interface to four hospital districts in Finland. Brief Article Feb 23, 2004 139
TietoEnator Corporation supplies finance system to Norwegian hospital. Brief Article Oct 16, 2003 130
WM-data wins SEK4m system contract from university hospital in Malmo, Sweden. Brief Article Apr 7, 2003 101
Software Innovation ASA wins framework contract from Helse Ost RHF. Brief Article Mar 28, 2003 101
Implementing clinical IT in critical care: keys to success. (Information Systems & Technology). Meadows, Ginny Mar 1, 2003 1555
New press rules make a bad situation worse. Perron, Steve Mar 1, 2003 919
Red flags. (Internet Security). Mar 1, 2003 775
Maimonides solves storage problems: keeping stored data safe and available is a matter of life or death for a hospital. New storage technology makes the task easier to manage. (Computer Security). Piazza, Peter Jan 1, 2003 2312
Push technology in the pharmacy: clinical decision support helps the pharmacy department of a South Carolina medical center automate monitoring of medication effectiveness. (Medication management: case history). Amsden, David Jan 1, 2003 1726
BPM: antidote to inefficiency: business process management serves as a foundation for effective workflow automation in healthcare. (Workflow Automation). Hoffer, Avi Jan 1, 2003 1555
Remote access for physicians: SSL VPNs offer advantages for healthcare organizations that want to provide mobile physicians with secure access. (Data Security). Best, Reggie Jan 1, 2003 1494
An inside look at outsourcing: Southern California healthcare system finds financial and performance pluses in IT outsourcing. (What works: outsourcing). Jan 1, 2003 1328
Go with the flow: medical group overcomes geographic obstacles to improve workflow. (What works: workflow automation). Jan 1, 2003 697
Instructive resistance. (Viewpoint). Aranow, Meg Jan 1, 2003 981
Integration at two levels: West Coast healthcare delivery system tackles automating lab facilities and merging separate vendor systems. (Laboratory Information Systems). Skinner, Rick Oct 1, 2002 970
Deja vu: when it comes to prospective payment, home health agencies can learn from the experiences of acute care hospitals with DRGs. (Home Healthcare). Dray, Patricia B. Oct 1, 2002 1547
Putting safety first: West Virginia hospital uses point-of-care bar coding for documented improved safety in administering medications. (What Works: Medication Management). May 1, 2002 1075
Drivers for IT Growth. Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 163
Linking the Right System. Jul 1, 2001 1065
Positive Identification. Moser, Lee Dec 1, 2000 606
Wearable Wireless Wonder. Wolf, Jeff Dec 1, 2000 637
Triple Play. Kilroy, John Dec 1, 2000 1267
HIPAA Looms Large for 2001. Keener, Ronald E. Dec 1, 2000 1911
Networking for Tomorrow. Whalen, Tom Dec 1, 2000 955
CIS Implementation at Record Speed. Dec 1, 2000 1166
Losing the Paper Trail. Jul 1, 2000 658
Convergence in the Post-PC Era. Thiel, Fred Feb 1, 2000 746
Put IT in the Picture Before the Merger Takes Place. Tempesco, John W. Feb 1, 2000 1650
Document Imaging and Workflow Technology Saves $1.2 Million Annually. Anderson, Brian Dec 1, 1999 2034
Authentication Captures Security of Hardware, Convenience of Software. Nov 1, 1999 951
The What Works. TJAPKES, STEVEN J. Editorial Feb 1, 1999 1113
Securing a smooth transition for the future. Jan 1, 1999 947
Avoid getting lost in the wilderness. Harrison, Chris Jan 1, 1999 1435
Hospital staff operates anywhere it pleases. Jan 1, 1999 1212
IT for managed care at Mercy Healthcare. Lohman, Philip M. May 1, 1998 2159
Making patient records meaningful to patients. Hagland, Mark Cover Story Nov 1, 1996 2044
HOPENET puts center on path for year 2000. Edlin, Mari Cover Story Oct 1, 1996 1692
Healthcare facilities: better data may prove the best medicine. Brown, Randy Mar 1, 1996 667
MDMS: practical issues, specific approaches. Starren, Justin B. Jun 1, 1995 1247
'Simple' medical billing statements can be perplexing. Williams, Jeff May 29, 1995 741
POC technologies change from 'why' to 'why not'. Dunbar, Carolyn Editorial Oct 1, 1994 336
Checklist helps C-R-E-A-T-E a successful CPR. Steiniger, Vince Oct 1, 1994 1032
Survey results indicate CPR is making headway. Lohman, Philip; Sundeen, Maria Oct 1, 1994 996
Brigham and Women's teams PACS, RIS technologies. Hard, Rob Mar 1, 1994 951
Hospital builds life support for data network. Aug 1, 1991 569
Assessing linearity the easy way: laboratories can comply with new Federal regulations for linearity verification by applying simple calculations and graphs to materials that are readily at hand. Hunter, Lynda Jun 1, 1991 2432

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