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Electronic health record product certifications terminated

ONC strips Platinum Health Information System’s SkyCare 4.2 EHR of its MU certification after it failed to participate in routine surveillance requests. Prior to the decision, only one other vendor, EHRMagic, has ever had their certification revoked.

Healthcare Organization ICD-10 Readiness Survey: Key Survey Findings and Action Items

An August 2015 Navicure survey of practice billers, administrators, and executives finds that 15 percent of respondents have not started planning for their ICD-10 transition yet, while an additional 14 percent report that they are not on track to meet the deadline.

Radiation oncology practice settles with HHS over data breach

Cancer Care Group, a oncology practice in Indiana, will pay $750,000 to settle a 55,000 patient data breach with the OCR.

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