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The Future of Speech Recognition
New advancements promise to make speech recognition technology more interactive.

Featured Articles
• Data-Driven Remote Coding Management
• HIT's Public Health Report Card
• Great Lengths, Big Trouble

Web Exclusives (view archive)
• Why the Future of HIT Requires a Collaborative Approach to Development
• FHIR: The Springboard to True Interoperability

News (view archive)

• Nurse Fired After 528 Patients' Records Bbreached at Glendale Adventist Medical Center

• Study Finds Obtaining Physician Cooperation to Be Most Difficult EHR Hurdle

How New York RHIO Tackles Patient Matching

• University of Iowa Hospitals Recover From EHR System Outage

• Cures Act Blocks FDA's Ability to Regulate Wellness Apps, HIT

Blog Speak

My Dentist's EHR Is Better Than Mine

Driving Audit Productivity and Efficiency: 5 Key Steps

A Revolution Is Needed to Fix What's Wrong With EMRs

Spotlight on Data Breach

Into the Abyss 

A Phish Story

PHI: Valuable and Vulnerable

By the Numbers


According to an Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology data brief, in 2015, this percentage of hospitals provided their patients with the ability to view, download, and transmit their health information electronically.

Quick Code

A hospital charged a mother $39 to hold her newborn. Is that "codeable"?

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