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Has MU Gone Up in Smoke?
The complaints and concerns have been coming fast and furious for the beleaguered incentive program.

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Chart Amendments Pose HIM Challenges
The Cost of Doing ROI Business
EHR Patient Safety Concerns Mount

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• Software Predicts Epileptic Seizures

• Electronic Records Putting Financial Squeeze on Doctors

• Quebec's EHR Implementation Dubbed a "Disaster"

• EHRs to Deliver Health Care Savings of $78 Billion Over Next 5 Years

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A Tale of Meaningful Use Injustice

Your EHR May Lack Vital Information

Why EMRs Won't Prevent the Spread of Ebola

Spotlight on Data Analytics

Computational Genomics: It's in HIM's DNA

Too Much of a Good Thing?

EHRs and Infection Control

By the Numbers

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This percentage of health care organizations has had at least one case of medical identity theft reported by a patient, according to a HIMSS security survey. Many thefts go unreported and even undiscovered.

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