If the massive data breach affecting millions of Target customers taught us anything, writes THCB contributor Joe Flower, it’s that we’re really not as good at computer security as we thought we were.
Uber for Healthcare? Not so much.
Does your patient have the right to refuse a flu shot? Actually, yes.
What we really need is an electronic medical record that works like Wikipedia.
The numbers are in. And the EHR incentive program is on track, writes National Coordinator Karen DaSalvo .
Teach your EMR to do e-mail??? Unthinkable! Impossible! Or is it?
Why the SGR fix won’t work. And may make things a lot worse.
PCORI chief Joe Selby writes comparative effectiveness work on cardiovascular disease shows the potential of Affordable Care Act funding for research.
Last week’s announcement that pharmacies and major retailers have agreed to participate in the Blue Button initiative drew some notice. Is Washington’s much-talked about plan to get people sharing their health records about to start a revolution?
Are ACOs the delivery model of the future? Or a passing fad?
Ode to the fat man.
N=1. My experience with the new healthcare system.
News that the much reviled SGR formula may be on the way out, but it may be a little early to start cheering, writes former finance committee analyst Billy Wynne.
Apple may be getting ready to make a big healthcare move. Maybe.
Actually, transparency doesn’t work
Actually, I love my EMR.
How can patients on Medicaid possibly be worse off than those who don’t have insurance?
Could Digital Rights Management help solve healthcare’s data crisis?
Dr. K is looking for a really usable PHR. Here’s how she’d design one.
Evernote is my EMR. And my EMR is godlike.
Are death spirals real? Has anybody actually seen one?
Twelve things we’re pretty sure we’ll see in healthcare in 2014.
Actually, we’d probably all be better off with our medical records on Facebook. Or something that feels like Facebook. Or something.
Ten Health and Wellness resolutions not to make in 2014. Really.