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Five minutes, 20 slides, rotating automatically every 15 seconds. James BonTempo, technology advisor for Jhpiego, a non-profit international health organizat… Video Rating: 5 / 5

http://www.ibm.com/software/data/bigdata/ Chris Howard, a Big Data Solution Architect from the Office of the CTO, IBM Software Group Europe, discusses Big Da… Video Rating: 5 / 5

Moderator, Brian Ascher, General Partner at Venrock, leads a discussion about the possible rise in mobile healthcare at the Second Annual Digital Healthcare … Video Rating: 0 / 5

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Today, I’m about ready to embark on a fun experience. No, I’m not heading to TEDMED or HIMSS or some other conference chalk full of inspiration, training, and improvement

“You have to take what people think is wrong or even foolish and make the breakthroughs of tomorrow.” – John Kheir, MD I’m still in awe of the ideas that John Kheir, MD presented at TEDMED around injectable oxygen-filled microbubbles. The concept is fascinating and while I know nothing about the science or medical requirements of what he was doing, I was even more impressed with the challenges that John Kheir faced from “the establishment” when he through out what many considered to be foolish ideas.

Top News Nextgov uncovers a scathing internal Pentagon memo that says DoD’s plans to acquired commercial off-the-shelf software fly directly in the face of the President’s call for a joint DoD-VA EHR based on open standards.

Farzad Mostashari, MD, ScM is the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology in the US Department of Health and Human Services. Do you think the free market works when it comes to EHR functionality, vendor development priorities, and vendor transparency

GOP senators raise concerns with push for electronic medical records Six Republican senators criticize HITECH, saying that EMRs are increasing healthcare spending, that the government lacks a sound interoperability plan, and that the adminsitration is more interested in pushing money out the door than achieving specific goals.

Once again, the federal electronic health-record incentive payment program could take a financial hit due to government budget cutting. This time, EHR developers are being asked to take one for the team.

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