Meaningful Use OneSource A living body of documents and resources, including NPRM Stage 3, to prepare you to meet Meaningful Use requirements.
HIMSS is a global, cause-based, not-for-profit organization focused on better health through information technology (IT). HIMSS leads efforts to optimize health engagements and care outcomes using information technology. Learn more.
HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition is the industry’s largest health IT educational program and exhibition center. HIMSS15 will take place April 12-16, 2015 in Chicago, IL. Learn more.
HIMSS overall supports ONC’s tenets of the Interoperability Roadmap for an interoperable health IT infrastructure.
HIMSS Analytics' Essentials Brief, the 2015 Clinical and Business Intelligence Study, finds that the era of Big Data has also ushered in the need for healthcare organizations to become increasingly particular about what data they collect and how it is used.
On Thursday, May 21st the full House Energy and Commerce Committee voted unanimously 51-0 to approve the committee’s 21st Century Cures legislation.
Grove Medical Associates of Auburn, Mass., has been named a 2015 HIMSS Ambulatory Davies Award recipient.
HIMSS congratulates Dr. Karen DeSalvo.
Nominations for Healthcare IT Newsâ€™ annual BEST Hospital IT Departments program open today, May 28.
Rishi Sikka, MD, senior vice president of clinical transformation at Chicagoâ€™s Advocate Health Care, one of the nationâ€™s largest ACOs, will deliver a featured presentation at the HIMSS and Healthcare IT News Big Data & Healthcare Analytics Forum, June 30-July 1 in New York City.
Carolinas HealthCare System Chief Clinical Officer discusses his use of data and analytics at the HIMSS Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum on Friday, June 19 in New York City.
mHealth Summit Call for Presentations Now Open Until June 8
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Nurses’ Use of Power to Standardize Nursing Terminology in EHRs
Your input is valuable to gain a better understanding of nurses’ influence in standardizing nursing terminology to improve the ability to retrieve patient data and measure outcomes of care.