BY LOGAN TITTLE Turns out a lot of doctors are sick — of their jobs. Medscape released a study revealing just how much doctors make and what they think of it… Video Rating: 4 / 5
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April 2013 — In January 2013, 12 HSPH students travelled to the Minhang District in Shanghai, China to study how electronic health records were implemented…. Video Rating: 5 / 5
With a two-fold increase in adoption since 2006, use of Electronic Medical Records (EMR) in community-based practices in Canada has yielded efficiency and patient care benefits valued at $1.3 billion, an independent study commissioned by Canada Health Infoway and prepared by PwC reveals. The study drew on more than 250 research publications from around the world and includes up-to-date Canadian results from recent studies and surveys
Sharing data contained in electronic health records with patients offers a number of benefits, according to a recent study in the Journal of Medical Internet Research . Patient access to health data contained in an EHR system has been a hotly debated topic recently so it’s interesting that some researchers, from the Veteran’s Administration and elsewhere, have tried to determine what patients actually experienced when they had such access by studying the My HealthVet EHR access pilot program. The My Health e Vet Pilot, the initial personal health record of the US Department of Veterans Affairs, allowed patients and their delegates to view and download content contained in their electronic health record, including clinical notes, laboratory tests, and imaging reports.
Nearly 89 percent of U.S. healthcare workers use their personal smartphones for work purposes, finds a Cisco partner network study . However, when it comes to security, the study found that 41 percent… read more
Caradigm Kills eHealth, Partners with Orion Caradigm, the Microsoft and GE Healthcare collaboration, has announced a partnership with Orion Health wherein Caradigm will go to market with Orion Health’s HIE solution rather than its own poorly performing eHealth HIE solution which is now being sunset.
Leaders, clinicians, and community board members of the nation’s Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) are meeting in Washington this week to engage in collaborative learning and celebrate their journey towards meaningful use. They will also be comparing notes about what works, and what doesn’t in their adoption of health information technology.
This study, conducted in Newfoundland and Labrador, assessed the level of awareness, perceptions and concerns of healthcare providers, health researchers, data managers and the general public about the collection, use and disclosure of personal health information (PHI) for research purposes. Data collection involved surveys and follow-up focus groups with participants. Results indicate a poor understanding generally with regard to privacy rights and responsibilities. Many professionals are unfamiliar with the legislative environment for PHI, particularly as it pertains to the access and use of PHI for research purposes. Lack of familiarity with basic requirements for patient-based research, coupled with heightened sensitivity to privacy issues owing to various federal and provincial regulatory initiatives, could have a chilling effect on health research. Importantly, our results indicate that the public is much less concerned about the use of their PHI for health research purposes than are professionals who collect, store and share it.