Q-Musings Blog. QPID Health Recognized by Distinguished Panel of Healthcare CIOs Boston – November 25, 2014 – QPID Health announced today that is has been selected as a finalist in this year’s Fierce Innovation Awards: Healthcare Edition, an awards program from the publisher of FierceHealthIT, FierceHealthcare, and FierceMobileHealthcare.
The Company’s Q-Guide product is recognized as a finalist in the category of Clinical Information Management. Finalists were selected by a distinguished panel of CIOs from renowned U.S. hospitals and healthcare systems, including Allina Health, Rush University Medical Center, Mayo Clinic and JFK Health System. A complete list of judges can be found at: The Fierce Innovation Awards recognize pioneering technologies and solutions that will catapult healthcare delivery into new realms. Dr. Wes. Gabriel Perna's blog. The Book Hasn’t Been Written on HIEs Yet A recent study determined that nothing conclusive has been written on the benefits in cost and care improvement from HIEs.
We knew that already but why does it feel like people are trying to act as if this is the final chapter? “What Have We Learned? As Usual, Nothing” Conflicting studies are muddying what we know on the effectiveness of publicly reported health information. The Debate over ICD-10 isn’t that One Sided This week’s Congressional hearing on ICD-10 made it seem like the debate over the controversial mandate is one-sided. Lessons from a Hack: Have You Caught On Yet? If healthcare leaders weren’t listening to their data security officers before, they’re listening now. When You’ve Got Telehealth…"Snow Problem” Massachusetts General Hospital used telehealth to service snowed in Bostonians this past week so they didn’t miss an outpatient visit. What We Know About the “States” of HIE Looking Back at 2014. A Shot in the Arm - Transforming quality, cost, and outcomes in the healthcare ecosystem. Highlights from the fourth SAS Clinical Trial Data Transparency Forum “Access to the underlying (patient level) data that are collected in clinical trials provides opportunities to conduct further research that can help advance medical science or improve patient care.
This helps ensure the data provided by research participants are used to maximum effect in the creation of knowledge and understanding.” That’s the word from ClinicalStudyDataRequest.com, the data sharing consortium that represents the founding sponsor, GlaxoSmithKline and now nine other sponsors. Sharing patient-level data for altruism and good? The ideal was not initially embraced. “When I think back two years to when GSK first started talking about this, there was certainly some concern among staff,” said Paul McSorley of GlaxoSmithKline, a pioneer in the data-sharing movement. “’How much work is this going to be? Stage 1. To start the day, we heard from Dr.
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This series explores key areas in Health Informatics and include research results, overview of programs of research, basic, applied, and evaluative projects, as well as research from varied epistemological stances. All seminars are held from 4:00-5:00 pm. Target Audience Health Informatics Faculty, clinicians with an interest in health informatics, Health Informatics Students, Health IT or Informatics Staff at Duke, UNC-Chapel Hill, North Carolina Central University, UNC-Charlotte, and East Carolina University. Locations Duke: Hock Plaza, Hock Auditorium (Ground Level) Parking @ Duke: Effective July 2014, a printed, bar coded parking pass is required for entry to and exit from the garage. Duke Clinical Research Institute. Blog - Clear Health Costs. Summary: The health care cost problems that plague the United States are not unique.
Australia’s system has some of the same issues, as Professor Lesley Russell writes: “The impact of specialist fees on government and patient budgets has received little reform attention. This is despite the government’s push for controls in health-care spending and growing evidence of the affordability problems faced by sick Australians.” Keep reading for more, or… Read more… Summary: What are the most common surgical procedures and imaging procedures? Read more… Summary: The University of Florida College of Medicine has added us as a resource on their site: “To complete the following, UF Health patients must sign the healthcare cost authorization form in order to obtain a copy of their hospital charges.
Summary: It’s great to hear from people who have used our information. Read more… Summary: When insurance companies and providers can’t come to agreement on payments, networks become narrower. HIStalk Webinars. The Mobile Doc. Bill Hersh Home Page. In education, he developed and serves as Director of all of OHSU’s graduate biomedical informatics education programs, including the Master of Science, the Master of Biomedical Informatics, the Graduate Certificate, and the Doctor of Philosophy.
Dr. Hersh also spearheaded OHSU’s efforts in distance learning for biomedical informatics, which are available up to the master’s degree level. He also conceptualized and implemented the first offering of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) 10x10 (“ten by ten”) program, which aims to educate 10,000 health care professionals and others in biomedical informatics. Dr. Hersh has won numerous awards for his educational innovations. Dr. Dr. I was also featured in an executive profile in the Portland Business Journal. My fitness routine was featured in our local newspaper, the Oregonian, in 2004 and is for the most part still up to date (as of 2013)! Past Activities. Healthcare IT News and Opinion.