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Race in CDS Tools
Does utilizing data about race contribute to ongoing health care disparities?

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• The Association of Health Information Outsourcing Services Elects New President

• AHIMA White Paper Identifies Opportunities and Challenges With Collecting, Integrating, and Using Social Determinants of Health Data

• 44 House Lawmakers Push for Extension of Value-Based Care Incentives

• NAACOS Praises Positive Changes for ACOs in Final CMS Rule

• Social Scores Are Invading Health Care

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Information Blocking: Eight Regulatory Reminders for October 6th

Using Health IT Integration to Address the Drug Overdose Crisis

IT in Health Care Has Produced Modest Changes — So Far

Spotlight on Interoperability 

The Expedition to Realize Interoperability

Record Release Party

Cultivating Interoperability in the Next Normal

By the Numbers


In a Medical Economics survey of roughly 2,000 adults, about this percentage said that they wanted health care services to mimic those provided by apps used for shopping or ordering meals online. They cited ease of use at any time and in any location as some of the main reasons for such health services.

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The High-Risk Game of High-Risk Diagnosis Groups