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Large technology companies like Google and Microsoft have tried and failed to get patient data in front of consumers. But Apple's timing couldn't be better, according to some health IT experts who say the tech giant will force competition based on customer satisfaction rather than data ownership.
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Apple is officially bringing medical records to the iPhone. In a partnership with some of the nation's largest healthcare providers, along with Cerner, the tech giant issued an update to its Health app that will allow patients at 12 different health systems to view medical records on their phones.
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Almost 1 in 5 patients report they have faced some kind of discrimination in their dealings with doctors and hospitals, according to a large national survey. Blacks were most likely to name race as the cause of discrimination, while whites said they were discriminated against based on age, weight or...
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Intermountain Healthcare, Cerner, HIMSS and The Sequoia Project all confirmed they would be attending a meeting on interoperability hosted by the White House Office of American Innovation scheduled for Tuesday afternoon.
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The merger of one of the country’s largest pharmacy and retail healthcare chains with one of the largest for-profit health insurers is a shot across the bow that's aimed directly at primary care practices and other traditional providers. Most consumers who use retail medical services are attracted...
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Stanford has officially launched a study with Apple that aims to identify users with atrial fibrillation using an Apple Watch. As part of the research initiative, participants with an irregular heartbeat will be connected to a physician on American Well's telehealth network, marking the first mobile...
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As more health systems are integrating OpenNotes into their facilities, the benefits of allowing patients to view their medical records are becoming clearer. Patients say they like the access to medical tests. Richard Martin, M.D., a family physician at a Geisinger-owned family clinic, says OpenNote...
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More than three-quarters of hospitals offer telemedicine and more than half are looking to expand, according to a new survey by Foley & Lardner. Attorney Nathaniel Lacktman says hospitals have started to realize telehealth is necessary to keep pace with competitors, and some are even exploring oppor...
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Just as doctors use a standardized checklist to improve safety in the operating room, they can use a checklist to improve the patient experience during office visits, a healthcare network in Hawaii discovered. Hawaii Pacific Health saw an improvement of its physician communication scores on patient…
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Allscripts posted its best quarter of the year as it closed out its acquisition of McKesson’s health IT portfolio that executives say will give the company a broader reach in the EHR market. CEO Paul Black said he's optimistic about the company despite the uncertainty in Washington.
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President Trump's opioid commission unveiled its final report on Wednesday, calling for the federal government to streamline how states apply and receive federal funding to fight the opioid crisis and integrating PDMP data into EHRs. <meta property=
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CMS will require MIPS-eligible clinicians to complete a “Prevention of Information Blocking Attestation” to ensure that implementation and use of EHR technology does not hamper the exchange of health information.
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This month, athenahealth's board of directors approved a "change in control severance plan" financially protecting the company's top executives in the event of a sale. The filing triggered a new round of rumors that the EHR vendor was looking for a bidder, but one analyst says the chances are still…
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While most health experts agree that social and environmental factors play a significant role in the health and well-being of individuals, organizations have been slow to collect and use that data. Developing a national standard will improve data-collection efforts, according to officials with NQF a...
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Giving somebody a dozen donuts may seem like an innocuous gesture, but for pharmaceutical companies it could provide a sales boost. A new study of healthcare providers in the District of Columbia finds that gifts of any size influence prescribing behavior among physicians.
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