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On Deck for July Healthcare Informatics

June 18, 2010
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Here is a sneak peek of what is inside the July issue of Healthcare Informatics before the print edition reaches your desk.

It Takes a Team to Achieve Meaningful Use: As the healthcare industry moves forward to meet meaningful use requirements under the ARRA-HITECH Act, the demand for clinical informaticists is set to explode. Find out what pioneering hospitals have learned about building clinical informaticist teams to achieve their meaningful use goal.

Role Model for HIE: Find out what experts at a recent conference had to say about New York State’s experience with health information exchange development.

PACS Market Conundrum: A new survey finds that some hospital executives are putting their picture archiving and communications systems on hold in a mature market.

Prime Time for Inpatient Computer-Assisted Coding? A small number of hospitals are beginning to apply computer-assisted coding technologies to their inpatient claims processing.

Regulatory Compliance: A legal expert offers insights on how to work within the boundaries of the revised Stark regulations when it comes to physician EHR support.

Usable Health IT for Physicians: Physician-specific point-of-care that adapts to practice patterns can dramatically improve healthcare delivery.

Size Matters: Advice on dealing with unique sets of challenges faced by large and small healthcare institutions, by a CIO who has served on both.

SPECIAL REPORT: Mobile Carts for Clinical Computing
CIOs weigh in on the practical issues of security, energy and ergonomics—and how the mobile technology shifts that are taking place now might impact cart use in the future.