The EU*US eHealth Work Consortium white paper discusses the ways in which the EU*US eHealth Work Project will work to measure, inform, educate and advance development of a skilled eHealth workforce globally.
The purpose of this paper is to explore the benefits and barriers of implementing radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology in the healthcare sector and to provide recommendations to overcome potential barriers.
This case study traces MiHIN’s journey toward greater interoperability.
Learn from the information and analytics services director at Atrium Health about the processes, roles, technology, and change management approach used during the organization’s interoperability implementation in this case study.
A white paper on phishing: what to look for and how to mitigate.
Ochsner Health System received the 2018 Davies Enterprise Award for improving population health outcomes through digital medicine solutions, improved opioid prescribing practices and a successful transition to value-based care.
This case study tells how The Oregon Clinic went from little to no interoperability to sharing information bi-directionally, previewing records and proactively surfacing pertinent information from inbound C-CDA documents.
Mercy Health received the 2018 Davies Enterprise Award for improving outcomes through a primary care rooming redesign, a bedside procedure charging workflow and a program that improved opioid prescribing practices.
Duke Health received the 2018 Davies Enterprise Award for improving outcomes through a standardized surgical patient care process, an integrated optical recognition EHR tool and a care redesign program.
Children’s Hospital Colorado received the 2018 Davies Enterprise Award for improving outcomes through reduced bronchiolitis testing & treatment, improved appendicitis care and improving complex medical treatment plans, which led to the hospital's achievement of the Triple Aim.
East Tennessee State University Family Medicine received the 2018 Davies Ambulatory Award for improving outcomes for transitional care management outcomes and quality scores.
Memorial Hermann received the 2018 Davies Enterprise Award for improving sepsis mortality rates, decreasing patient falls and improving quality outcomes.