Home » Headlines » Currently Reading:

Morning Headlines 3/17/15

March 16, 2015 Headlines No Comments

American Telemedicine Association receives 200 applications for accreditation program

The American Telemedicine Association has received 200 applications for its Accreditation for Online Patient Consultations certification, which certifies that an organization is delivering telehealth services to the ATA’s standard.

Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange Blue Button Initiative Survey Results

A WEDI survey finds that awareness of the Blue Button PHR interoperability initiative among industry stakeholders has decreased overall since 2013, while provider awareness remained flat, and significant increases were measured among government respondents.

Standard for improving emergency information interoperability: the HL7 data elements for emergency department systems

HL7 has completed its review of the updates that the Data Elements for Emergency Departments System (DEERS) with get with HL7 v3. DEERS is a standards-based specification for ED-related HL7 data exchange.

View/Print Text Only View/Print Text Only


HIStalk Featured Sponsors

     







Subscribe to Updates

Search


Loading

Text Ads


Report News and Rumors

No title

Anonymous online form
E-mail
Rumor line: 801.HIT.NEWS

Tweets

Archives

Vince Ciotti’s HIS-tory of Healthcare IT

Founding Sponsors


 

Platinum Sponsors


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gold Sponsors


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reader Comments

  • Eddy T. Head: "Patented sensor-based software technology in use at health systems and practices delivers actionable patient data to pr...
  • Code Jockey: Mr. HIS - you, once again, do this world a great service. For me personally I'll say thanks for posting to a document th...
  • Vaporware?: re: Queensland's Cerner project * Delayed ... check * Over budget ... check * "Not fit for purpose" ... check * Buye...
  • E!: Agreed. Epic is just generally anti-worker with their regular labor violations, over aggressive non-compete, etc....
  • richie: "no evidence that anyone even noticed my absence" portrays what I think is the basic tenet of professionalism (completin...
  • Epically Annoyed: The restrictions that Epic places on his customers, employees, and third parties on hiring is so frustrating. While I un...
  • X-Tream Geek: HISJunkie, I've worked on 2 Cerner implementations and 2 Epic implementations. The Cerner implementations had, in my op...
  • Sam Lawrence: While that telemedicine booth is kind of odd, I think a lot of people still underestimate how much employees don’t wan...
  • HISJunkie: Here might be a significant difference betw Cerner and Epic. Is it ethical for a vendor to sell a mission critical syst...
  • HIT Girl: The youngest Baby Boomers are 54, so they have another 25+ years of living to do before they hit the *median* life expec...

Sponsor Quick Links