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Administration pushes toward electronic medical records CMS and OIG both propose rules extending the safe harbor exceptions of both the Stark Law and the Federal Anti-Kickback Law that are set to expire on December 31, 2013. The laws would otherwise prevent hospitals and health systems from subsidizing EHRs for practices that refer patients to the organization

Word of a bill spread throughout the health IT community recently that would shield some eligible professionals from “payment adjustments” for failing to meet meaningful use in 2015 and beyond. Sometimes the grapevine is a good place to hang out

A recent bill introduced to the House of Representatives by Rep.

Today’s EHR and HIT news includes news from Advanced Data Systems on their latest Black Book Rankings, customer news from CommVault and TriMed Technologies as well as ‘go live’ news from Advantas . Black Book Rankings Names Advanced Data Systems the 2013 Leading EHR Vendor in Pain Management Black Book Rankings has named Advanced Data Systems (ADS) as the 2013 Leading EHR Vendor in Pain Management. ADS scored an impressive 9.61 rating of an overall best possible rating of 10

From E2M : “Re: enterprise to mobile. To make CPOE, portal, or other EHR component mobile, you either build it from scratch or build a new set of apps on top of the existing infrastructure. Capriza allows anyone without any programming skill to transfer an existing Web-based enterprise app to mobile in minutes.” Maybe someone will give it a try and report back.

With more electronic health record systems continuing to fall short of providers' expectations, a new report by Black Book Rankings suggests that 2013 may indeed be the “year of the great EHR vendor switch.”  read more

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