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Texas Health Resources has used an innovative series of health IT tools to engage their large base of independent physicians and encourage greater collaboration online.
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Despite making gains with meaningful use and prepping for ICD-10, hospitals are still falling short in finding and keeping the right health IT staff available.
EHR optimization is more than just getting the most out of the technology, says Trenor Williams. It is about the overall improvement of patient care.
Mobile health continues to evolve, changing healthcare each day. But it remains to be seen if the industry can adapt to this ongoing innovation.