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When Faster, Bigger Isn’t Always Better
February 29, 2016 9:02 AM by Silas Gossman
[Editor’s Note: this blog was originally written by Matthew Jacobson, President and CEO, SignatureMD ] The U.S. is experiencing an unprecedented healthcare shift as Baby Boomers age. This shift is delivering a one—two punch, namely this aging population Read More...
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Notifying Patients When a Physician Leaves
February 23, 2016 10:10 AM by Silas Gossman
[Editor’s Note; this blog was originally written by Julie Simer] The University of Rochester Medical Center (“URMC”) recently agreed to pay a $15,000 penalty for providing patient names, addresses and diagnoses to a departing nurse practitioner (“NP”) Read More...
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Increase the Clinical Value of EHRs
February 16, 2016 2:36 PM by Silas Gossman
[Editor’s Note: this blog was originally written by Lorelle Lapstra, VP, Healthcare Products, with Calgary Scientific] Over the past five years, hospitals and health systems have invested millions of dollars to implement electronic health records (EHR). Read More...
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Cybersecurity: New Area for Mobile Medical App Compliance, Part 2
February 8, 2016 9:04 AM by Silas Gossman
[Editor’s Note: this blog was originally written by Andy Miller] A two-part series examining regulatory compliance to raise awareness around cybersecurity risks. The trap many developers – from software architects to programmers to designers – fall into Read More...
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Cybersecurity: New Area for Mobile Medical App Compliance, Part 1
February 2, 2016 11:41 AM by Silas Gossman
[Editor’s Note: this blog was originally written by Andy Miller] A two-part series examining regulatory compliance to raise awareness around cybersecurity risks. Regulatory compliance. While this phrase may strike an ominous tone for many traditional Read More...
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