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EHR Developer Code of Conduct

The HIMSS EHR Association, a trade group representing more than 40 EHR vendors, publishes its long-awaited EHR Developer Code of Conduct. The document focuses on truth in advertising principles, patient safety guidelines, data security standards, and a vendor agnostic commitment to interoperability.

Some companies pay executives extra to fly on their own private jets for vacation

Cerner is profiled in an investigative reporting piece on private jet usage by large corporations. Cerner spent $193,759 last year on flights leased through a company controlled by Cerner’s own vice chairman Clifford Illig.

ROI Calculator for Heart Failure Monitoring

The Center for Technology and Aging and the Partners Healthcare Center for Connected Health have developed a return on investment calculator to help health care organizations assess the intrinsic financial benefits of implementing remote patient monitoring technologies.

Sutter Health patient information turns up in drug bust

A recent drug bust in Alameda County, CA turned up more than sheriffs were expecting as officers found the personal health information of about 4,500 patients from Sutter Health.

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Currently there are "2 comments" on this Article:

  1. No real comment, but you have this Morning Headlines dated 3/12/13–thought you’d want to know. Calendars can be tricky !

  2. The Cerner shareholders ought to demand that the SEC investigate the conduct of the company and its CEO.







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