Tag: Health Information Technology

Rolling Back Medicine
The recent opening of several primary care clinics by Wal-Mart is among the latest examples of how our health care delivery landscape continues to evolve. And when the nation’s...

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Free EHRs: Where Does the Data Go?
A number of myths have been circulated this past year about cloud-based EHR (electronic health records) systems — especially free cloud-based systems like Hello Health’s....

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Hello Health and HIT: Looking back, looking forward
What a year 2013 turned out to be! The Hello Health development team released EIGHT platform updates over the course of the year, each in response to the feedback and needs of our...

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Faster Product Development the Sign of an Innovative EHR Vendor
With the world of Health IT booming and hundreds of EHR vendors vying for attention, the prospect of choosing the perfect fit for a practice can seem daunting. Many physicians...

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A Tribute to National Health IT Week
As organizations across the country joined together to celebrate information technology and the incredible impact it is having on our health care system, National Health IT Week...

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Hello Health Bids Farewell to National Coordinator for Health IT
Along with a new wave of summer heat, the beginning of August brought the announcement that Farzad Mostashari, M.D., will be stepping down from the national coordinator for health...

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Diversity in Health Information Technology
Diversity in health information technology (HIT) often gets a bad name. In the electronic health record (EHR) space, it comes up in the context of too many vendors, too many...

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Hello Health Version 6.0 Coming Soon!
Let’s get ready to roll out! On Monday, May 13, Hello Health will introduce Version 6.0, featuring multiple updates and enhancements to its robust electronic health record (EHR)...

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Examining Health IT Amidst the Boston Tragedy
Two weeks ago the city of Boston stood still as its officials and medical professionals scrambled fearlessly to cope with the aftermath of the horror that ensued at one of the...

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