Podcast

Hacking in Healthcare: Don’t Get Caught in the Hype, Warns Consultant

September 12, 2014     Gabriel Perna
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The Healthcare Informatics podcast welcomes back Impact Advisors’ Rob Faix to talk about hacking threats in healthcare. In August of this year, Franklin, Tenn.-based Community Health Systems, Inc., one of the largest health systems in the U.S., got hacked and...

July/August Issue Podcast: What’s Holding Back Mobile EHR Applications?

July 9, 2014     Gabriel Perna and Mark Hagland
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In part two of a two-part podcast, Senior Editor, Gabriel Perna and Editor in Chief, Mark Hagland are back, this time to discuss the maturing of the mobile EHR market.

July/August Issue Podcast: How Have ACOs Done Thus Far?

July 8, 2014     Gabriel Perna and Mark Hagland
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In part one of a two-part podcast, Senior Editor, Gabriel Perna is joined by the Editor in Chief of Healthcare Informatics, Mark Hagland to discuss the accountable care movement

Podcast: How Can the Meaningful Use Program be Improved Going Forward?

June 18, 2014     Gabriel Perna
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In this edition of the Healthcare Informatics podcast, Senior Editor, Gabriel Perna speaks with Jason Fortin, senior advisor with Impact Advisors, on the drama surrounding the controversial meaningful use program. How can CMS and ONC improve the program going...

The Healthcare Informatics 100: What is Driving the Revenue Growth?

May 20, 2014     Gabriel Perna and Mark Hagland
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In this Healthcare Informatics podcast, Senior Editor, Gabriel Perna and Editor in Chief, Mark Hagland discuss this year’s Healthcare Informatics 100, the annual ranking of the top vendors in healthcare IT. In particular, Perna and Hagland discuss how this...

How Can You Achieve ICD-10 Peace of Mind?

March 21, 2014     Gabriel Perna
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In this Healthcare Informatics podcast, Janice Wurz, senior advisor at Impact Advisors, speaks with Senior Editor, Gabriel Perna on the ICD-10 transition. Specifically, Wurz talks about what has been holding back many providers in achieving readiness and how...

Podcast: The Evolution of Care Coordination Technology in Brooklyn

February 18, 2014     Gabriel Perna
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Karen Nelson, M.D. and Michael Carbery, who oversee the Brooklyn Health Home, the co-second place winning project of the Healthcare Informatics Innovator Awards Program, join Gabriel Perna in this edition of the Healthcare Informatics podcast.

PODCAST: 2013 in Meaningful Use

December 27, 2013     Gabriel Perna
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In this podcast, Jason Fortin, senior advisor with Impact Advisors says that what didn't happen with meaningful use had an influence on health IT leaders in 2013. Fortin says, as an industry, the year showed all health IT stakeholders that the government...

PODCAST: 2013 in Data Security

December 24, 2013     Gabriel Perna
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In this year-end Healthcare Informatics podcast, Senior Editor Gabriel Perna speaks with David Holtzman, vice president of privacy and security compliance at CynergisTek, about the top trends in healthcare data security in 2013.

Strategies for a Meaningful Use Audit

December 1, 2013     Gabriel Perna
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In this podcast, with Impact Advisors principal, Laura Kreofsky, we’ll look at what provider organizations should do if they get a letter audited from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) that states they’ve been randomly selected to be...

What are the Emerging Technologies to Guard PHI? (Podcast)

November 7, 2013     Gabriel Perna
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In this edition of the Healthcare Informatics podcast, Senior Editor Gabriel Perna speaks with Jared Rhoads, the senior research specialist with CSC’s Global Institute for Emerging Healthcare Practices. Rhoads talks about why more than ever, sophisticated data...

What Does it Take to be an Innovator? (Podcast)

October 16, 2013     Gabriel Perna and Mark Hagland
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In this Healthcare Informatics podcast, Editor-in-Chief, Mark Hagland and Senior Editor, Gabriel Perna discuss the 2014 Healthcare Informatics Innovator Awards program. Hagland takes us through what the HCI editorial team looks for when parsing through...
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