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Amazon’s Stealthy Foray Into the World of EHR

Aug 18, 2017

Stealth, secrecy, cool code names. These are all things you would find in a Bourne movie - and they’re also things that you would find when in Amazon’s quiet, exploration into the EHR market. “Amazon has started a secret skunkworks lab dedicated to opportunities in healthcare, including new areas such as electroni

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Amazon’s Stealthy Foray Into the World of EHR

Aug 18, 2017

Stealth, secrecy, cool code names. These are all things you would find in a Bourne movie - and they’re also things that you would find when in Amazon’s quiet, exploration into the EHR market. “Amazon has started a secret skunkworks lab dedicated to opportunities in healthcare, including new areas such as ...

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Google, the Gender Gap and Personal Responsibility

Aug 10, 2017

We’ve been writing about the gender gap in the tech field for – by now – decades, but the last few days have seen a dramatic resurgence in the conversation. If you haven’t heard of the male Google employee who wrote and circulated a 10-page document on diversity and gender bias, here’s a link. A lot of ...

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What’s the deal with MIPS?

Aug 04, 2017

Healthcare, like many other industries, is going through a transformation as technology becomes more affordable and big data becomes more useful. As a result, this healthcare IT crossover has led to several relatively new regulations that force providers to work closely with their associated IT teams. Many are struggling ...

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Last call! July 26 deadline for community health funding

Jul 24, 2017

On June 26, Health and Human Services (HHS) announced a huge opportunity for community health centers across the United States - $195 million of an opportunity. The funding is specifically allocated and meant for community health organizations to expand access to mental health and substance abuse services. The ...

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