A federal health agency will study how doctors change their workflows to adapt to health IT.
Health groups are urging the government to extend the proposed deadlines for adopting health IT under the economic stimulus law.
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The Office of Mine Safety and Health Research launched a collaborative project with industry to create an innovative wireless emergency communications system to improve mine safety.
The agency is considering having providers use the Nationwide Health Information Network to submit medical records that help SSA determine applicants' eligibility for federal disability payments.
The National Coordinator for Health IT plans to resolve differences between electronic patient records and the National Health Information Network data exchange system.
The National Coordinator for Health Information Technology said he is dealing with the special health IT needs of doctors in small practices.
The Health IT Policy Committee is revising a proposed framework for defining and setting benchmarks for meaningful use of health IT.
A federal agency is launching a pilot project to set up a network for medical digital image sharing.
The federal Health IT Policy Committee today began considering a detailed framework for defining "meaningful use" of health IT through 2015.
House and Senate Democratic leaders are putting health care reform legislation on a fast track, with information technology provisions on board the train.
Advocates for patient-centered health care are trying to get those principles incorporated into the upcoming regulations for spending $19 billion in incentives for health information technology. But some wonder if crafting health IT goals to give more power to patients is too big a pill to swallow.