Each month we compile a list of the 10 most popular articles we published that month, based on the number of page views.Here are our ten most popular articles for July 2013, recognizing that articles we published earlier in the month are more likely to make the list than later ones.
The Department of Defense (DoD) is in the market for an EHR solution… again.
Infographic visualization created by MeMD highlights 8 new innovative technology transforming digital health to reduce costs and improve consumer healthcare.
Physicians feel reimbursement, EMRs and hospital employment as key factors to limiting physician pay according to a recent survey by Medicus Firm. The survey entitled, 2013 Physician Practice Preference and Relocation Survey was conducted with over 2,500 doctors revealed several workforce trends and practice preferences.
Mobile health can positively impact patient engagement, clinical outcomes, and operational workflow in remote monitoring programs according to a recent study conducted by the Center for Connected Health.
As the mobile health ecosystem grows, it is vitally important to develop these new delivery models with input from a nurse/clinical perspective.
6 innovative mobile health apps that offer support for both healthcare professionals and patients to take ownership of their healthcare experience.
A recently published assessment of the government’s April EHR attestation data revealed that 17% of the providers who earned an $18,000 EHR incentive in 2011 did not earn the $12,000 second incentive in 2012.
HIMSS launched the Health IT Value Suite, a comprehensive knowledge repository that classifies, quantifies and articulates the clinical, financial and business impact of health IT investments.
Wireless Innovation Council Research outlines 4 best practices for creating behavior changing mobile health apps that can influence healthier outcomes for patients.
A recent poll of industry insiders predict that the majority of EHR vendors will fail to sustain operations by the time Meaningful Use stage 3 is fully implemented, according to Black Book Rankings.