Updates On Health: News and Drugs Information

Exemptions from the requirement to have health insurance

In the following article, we will help you to figure out if you qualify for a Health Insurance Coverage Exemption. Until recently, under the Affordable Care Act, it used to be required for most citizens to have insurance that would qualify as minimum essential coverage or else to pay a federal tax penalty for proceeding without it. There used to be two ways to […]

2013 Health IT Summit – September the 17th through September the 18th. New York City, NY

The 2013 iHT2 Health IT Summit in New York City is the event where American and Canadian leading IT managers, medical professionals, practice managers will reconvene again at the annual November event spanning two days. During this intense timefarme, professionals talk and discuss timely matters with top managers focusing on best practices in management, telemedicine, outsource practice, IT-solutions, implementing electronics in […]

How CMS Provides Quality Data Accessible While It Is Being Kept in Secrecy

The Government is seemingly keeping official safety data on 8 hospital acquired conditions secretive while claiming the transparency. How come this contradiction is possible? The data can be either fully closed for the public or disclosed; no way it can be both at once. We will try to look into the situation further. The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Service’s […]

The Body as a Source of Big Data – Infographic Friday

Did you realize that in the following year, the average hospital will generate 665 terabytes of data? Today’s data storage is of the utmost importance for any healthcare institution to look at patients’ total history of care. It allows making the most informed decisions while enhancing treatments and their outcomes. Do you want to learn more about the Institute for Health […]

Senate Republicans Are Addressing Sebelius on Issues with Meaningful Use

In an official message to Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, four senators, all from the Republican Party, aired their concerns pertaining to the recent adoption of EHRs through the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office for the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC)’s meaningful use program. The message has […]

Using Social Media in American Healthcare Institutions: News & Insights out of Frost & Sullivan and iHT2 Survey

August 29, 2011 ByAnna Kuberacka, Senior ResearchAnalyst, Customer Research, Jake Wengroff, GlobalDirector, Social Media Strategy and Research,and Nancy Fabozzi, Senior Industry Analyst, Healthcare and Life Sciences IT, Frost & Sullivan Method Description A fresh survey provided by Frost & Sullivan together with the Institute for Health Technology Transformation (iHT2) was targeting recent tendencies in using social media by U.S. healthcare […]

Further Steps and Smart Planning: Getting Meaningful Value

Fall Health IT Summit November 3-4, 2010 Beverly Hills The US and Canadian leading IT managers, medical professionals, practice managers will reconvene again at the annual November event spanning two days. During this intense timefarme, professionals will talk and discuss timely matters with other industry professionals, top managers, and problem-solvers focusing on best practices in management, tele-medicine, outsource practise, IT-solutions, […]