Government Health IT: Table of Contents

Features



On the bleeding edge

Busy emergency rooms are vital sources of leadership and ideas for the health information exchange movement



Medicaid 2.0

A few state Medicaid programs are using federal grants to move toward 21st-century health care management



The ultimate health care record

Mayo Clinic researchers are working on ways to make electronic health care records more intelligent. But can they get too smart for everyday providers?



Roads to recovery

Military health IT planners consider ways to meet recommendations from the president's commission on improving care for wounded warriors



Editor's letter


To the edge and back

The United States is no doubt one of the most innovative countries in its use of health IT



Spotlight


Telescoping vets' health care



Tech Briefing


Clinical imaging systems: Picture perfect



RHIO Report


RHIO confidential



Back Page


Limiting access to providers' prescribing data

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