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ONC proposes greater oversight for EHR vendors

ONC publishes a proposed rule granting it authority to regulate EHR certification testing bodies, as well as review certified health IT products for information blocking and potential risks to patient safety,

EHR adoption is a great success! Except that docs still hate them

During a panel discussion on EHRs and interoperability, National Coordinator Karen DeSalvo,  MD and CMS Acting Administrator Andy Slavitt, MD offer contrasting views on the future of healthcare. Slavitt explains his pessimism, “She works with the technology community, which is making tons of progress. I’ve been spending the last few months hearing from physicians trying to use technology, I think they affect my mood just a little bit.”

Garmin and Allscripts Enter Strategic Relationship to Improve Patient Care

Allscripts partners with Garmin to integrate real-time patient generated health data captured by Garmin’s fitness trackers into Allscripts’ population health manager solution. Berkshire Medical Center (MA) will pilot the technology.

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