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ONC, CMS revise EHR Stage 2 rules

ONC and CMS revise several stage 2 rules, publishing an interim final rule with a 60-day comment period.

Allscripts Releases Sunrise Revenue Cycle Management Solution

Allscripts announces a newly developed revenue cycle management solution designed to track costs across the enterprise and support value based care models.

Truven Health Analytics HIE Advantage Customers Receive National Recognition for Achieving Health Information Exchange Milestones

West Virginia and Alabama, both running HIE infrastructures put in place by Truven Health Analytics, receive federal recognition for reaching full query based, and directional information exchange.

Vitera Healthcare Solutions Partners with DecisionOne Corporation to Deliver Superior Hardware Services and Support to EHR/PM Customer Base

Vitera closes its hardware support business unit through a partnership with DecisionOne. All affected Vitera employees will be absorbed by DecisionOne, which will take over support functions for Vitera starting in 2013.

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Currently there are "3 comments" on this Article:

  1. It has officially become more complex to manage the EHR with its attendant meaningful use obligations than it is to manage the patients. What is wrong with this picture?

  2. Suzy
    Somebody finally said it so clearly. We’re spending so much time and money trying to keep up with these never ending rules and regulations, employing so many consultants, lawyers and IT people. Where is the patient care? Where is the inovation that comes from small companies and individuals who think “outside” the box?. Meaningful use has really “boxed” us in. Nothing else seems to matter.







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