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Prepare for the Worst
HIT systems are vulnerable to Mother Nature’s whims and other unforeseen events, making it imperative for organizations to have a backup plan in place.

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Internal Audits: Steps to Keep Your Programs Pumping
Patient Portals: How to Balance Security vs. Usability
Data Analytics: Narrow Approach Key, Experts Say

Web Exclusives (view archive)
• The Evolution of Health Care Information: Shifting From Documents to Data
• Improving Claims Filing for Better Patient Care and Operating Efficiency

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• Report: America's Best Hospital Fail to Meet Patients' Digital Demands

• Kansas HIT Work Groups to Study Secondary-Use Policies

• Scientists Begin Connecting Millions of Patient Medical Rrecords

• CMS Hints ICD-10 Guidance Is on the Way

• HIMSS Analytics Report Spotlights HIT Vendor Opportunities

Blog Speak

The Forgotten Argument For ICD-10

Why Paper Prescriptions Are Going the Way of Snail Mail

What’s the Patient Value in HIT?

Spotlight on Speech Recognition

Speech Recognition: A Work in Progress

CPOE Anytime, Anywhere

NEMT, ChartNet to Provide SR Externship

By the Numbers

1 in 8

Nearly this number of patients has withheld information from a health care provider because of privacy and security concerns, according to a study published in the Journal of American Medical Informatics Association.

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