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Former National Health IT Coordinators Respond To Proposed ONC, CMS Interoperability Rules

All six former National Coordinators pledge their support for the proposed ONC/CMS interoperability rules, saying they will transform information flow, spur innovation, and empower consumers.

CVS turning 1,500 stores into HealthHUB locations with less retail, more health care

CVS will expand its HealthHub store layout pilot to 1,500 stores that will retool 20% of the floor space to offer health kiosks, digital health tools, and expanded MinuteClinics.

RxRevu – the Industry Leader in Prescription Decision Support – Secures $15.9 Million in Series A Funding Led by UCHealth

Denver-based RxRevu, which offers EHR-integrated prescription pricing decision support, raises $15.9 million in a Series A funding round.

Cerner Calls for App Ideas That Improve Consumer Access to Health Records

Cerner challenges developers to build apps on top of its platform that can help consumers access, understand, and use their EHR information in the 2019 version of its Code App Challenge.

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  1. The Big Fib person was right.

    This whole rule is being championed by data brokers and a data exploitation industry that now funds or benefits many of these past ONC heads. Be careful of the medical industrial complex!

  2. Without a doubt, Big Fib is correct. The past ONC heads are ALL guilty of conflicts of interest, developed programs only to benefit their respective businesses, and had ZERO interest in how it would affect physicians nurses and patients. Its yet another hyper-regulatory US government complex that will make VERY large monopolies (Epic Cerner, etc), all to the detriment of the actual end users and patients. It has NOT and will never save money, improve care, etc. Do we need ANY more evidence from the levels of dissatisfaction and burnout from actual front line physicians and nurses? When will we learn? It has been 10 years since HITECH and it is BLINDINGLY obvious we set ourselves back at least a decade with the short sighted disaster that “sounded” good.







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