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Moving Toward Improved Care Through Information

CMS publishes details on how physicians will be paid under MACRA’s Merit-based Incentive Payment System, including new standards for using EHRs in a program called Advancing Care Information.

Christie says New York joins New Jersey drug monitor program

New York and New Jersey officials agree to start sharing information from each state’s prescription drug monitoring program.

Adam Landman, MD, MS, MIS, MHS, Named Chief Information Officer at Brigham and Women’s Health Care

Adam Landman, MD is named CIO of Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Landman had been serving as the hospital’s CMIO for Health Information Innovation and Integration.

2016 Data Breach Investigation Report

Verizon publishes its annual report on data breaches, finding that insider misuse, miscellaneous human errors, and lost or stolen property generated for the most beaches in healthcare in 2015.

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  1. Andy and Karen unleashed the Kraken. Again deceptively stating that they are reducing the burden while simultaneously increasing it 4 fold. Multiple measures under each objective (they claim are reduced), clinical practice improvement crap, Horrifying calculations, and all this ridiculousness makes a better system? Are they for real? How about prove it first. Then get back to us. My God, are they just wanting to push all physicians off a cliff? I kind of expected this, but this is NOT AN IMPROVEMENT ANDY/KAREN. Time to REALLY listen to front line providers. We HATE attestation, numerators denominators and all the other horribly burdensome regs you have piled on us. And it seems you just don’t get it. If we go nonPAR for medicare, we are the last ortho group at our hospital .Its looking like its inevitable.

  2. @ meltoots, If you look up Andy Slavitt’s background, you will notice that he was the top exec at United HealthCare – an insurance company







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