Tag Archives: HIMSS

Medical scribes and the impact on EHR development

I recently attended a session at HIMSS16 entitled Rise of the Medical Scribe Industry – Risk to EHR Advancement presented by George Gellert, MD, MPH, MPA, and S. Luke Webster, MD of Christus Health. It’s common knowledge that the everyday … Continue reading

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HIMSS 2015 – MU Stage III, security, and big data

This year’s annual HIMSS convention was attended by more than 40,000 people. I feel like I walked past every single one of them. Major takeaways from the conference included helpful updates on Meaningful Use Stage III by Robert Anthony, deputy … Continue reading

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Take-aways from HIMSS

This year’s Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) in Orlando was bigger than ever – 37,000-plus attendees attesting to the fact that nearly everything in the hospital environment is driven by the IT component. Interestingly, the mix of vendors was … Continue reading

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The hum at HIMSS

Given the size of every HIMSS annual convention, there is always a lot of buzz. One of this year’s is mergers and acquisitions – after this week’s convention, who is going to acquire whom and/or who will be creating strategic … Continue reading

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