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    2. New Research Shows Hospitals Progressing With Electronic Medical Records and ‘Meaningful Use,’ But CIOs Indicate Major ...

      ... progress, value of interoperability, and benefits and challenges associated with technology use. The survey (Health Information Technology: Hospital CIOs) was conducted online by Harris Interactive between December 2011...
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    3. Fed Advisors: Too Soon to Add EHR Metadata to Meaningful Use

      Fed Advisors: Too Soon to Add EHR Metadata to Meaningful UseHealth Data ManagementAdoption of EHR metadata standards, which the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology has advocated, could help improve data exchange and would enable patients to segregate parts of their medical records, such as self-paid treatment ...
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      EHR Adoption, EHR Meaningful Use
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      Cloud Computing, Desktop Virtualization, Meaningful Use, Server Based Computing (SBC)
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      Average Handling Time, First Call Response
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      Green Desktop Virtualization, Green End User Experience
  2. Quotes about Health Information Technology

    1. The rule recognizes many of the practical concerns ... [about] the proposed rule and should help provide the impetus for hospitals to advance the use and dissemination of health information technology for improved patient care.
      In "Meaningful use" final rule offers some flexibility
    2. There is no question that we need to accelerate health information technology adoption in Canada.
      Jeff Turnbull in New Health Information Technology Strategy: Put Money Where the Patient is
    3. Absent such as assessment, we greatly fear that the (Health Information Technology Policy Committee's) proposals for Stage 2 may be unduly ambitious, even unattainable, for many eligible hospitals and eligible professionals.
      In CHIME to Feds: Delay Meaningful Use Stage 2