"… social science methods in the pursuit of better journalism. …"
"… p;Wednesday, in announcing investigative priorities for the coming year.“Electronic medical records can improve quality of care and efficiency and help us uncover cases of f …"
"… es they used didn’t “accurately reflect the services they provide.” Electronic health records figured prominently in a critical Medicare audit of Texas and Oklahoma ho …"
"… National Coordinator for Health Information, which runs the program in the Department of Health and Human Services. Of those, nearly 31,000 work in small group practices.The available stati …"
"… harm standard was not included in the statute, said Lisa Gallagher, senior director of privacy and security at the Healthcare Information and Management Syste …"
"… chnology of other groups, such as the financial sector, said Deven McGraw, director of the Health Privacy Project at CDT.“Most of these breaches have been a …"
"… of tracking the safety of health information technology.Justin Starren, a physician who oversees technology at the Marshfield Clinic in Wisconsin, lays out th …"
"… le delays and omissions,” stated the report.Most of the reports filed by physicians alleged malfunctions or poor designs of Cerner's CPOE equipment. One …"
"… that CPOE can significantly reduce medication errors that stem from sloppy physician handwriting on prescriptions. Yet others have found that CPOE can also cre …"
"… flood doctors with warning alerts that are of no consequence, leading many physicians to habitually ignore them – a syndrome so commonplace it even has a nam …"
"… ing to quickly fix reported software bugs and advise doctors of them. Electronic health records, or EHRs, can be widely adopted in the next ten years “if we are willin …"
"… ion at risk.The November survey by the Health technology trade association Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) found that one in f …"
"… ed is that failure to conduct a formal risk analysis is a violation of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), which became law in …"
"… by high-profile losses of sensitive patient data. In November, the insurer Health Net announced that a portable hard drive containing medical claims of as m …"
"… A’s data risk analysis provision, which is overseen by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Since 1996, the agency has received approximatel …"
"… or emergency meeting. Now, with regular monitoring, Giuliani has much more energy and saves hundreds of dollars on medicine.“It's very convenient,” said …"
"… nough confidence to take him off several drugs.Since then, he’s had more energy and is thankful to be saving hundreds of dollars on medication. His diabet …"
"… . Gallagher, a privacy and security expert who conducted the study for the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS). “We need to get …"
"… with plans to convert an obscure government data collection system into a Health Internet, which would encourage sending sensitive medical information into …"
"… cryption techniques when sending Health records over the Internet. “Health care is no different than other industries grappling with the challenges o …"
"… ext five years. The findings surprised some members of the government Health Information Technology standards panel, which is aiding federal officials …"