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TEFCA, Interoperability, and an Industry’s Unreasonable Expectations

In the rush to implement EHR and meaningful use, did we forget about interoperability? Congress thinks there should be more to show for the billions of dollars already spent on EHR. Now, they’ve asked the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) to give guidance for the future. On this episode, Shahid and I sit down with

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Automating Healthcare Data Collection w/ Adam Klass of VigiLanz at the Health IT Expo

Electronic health records were built to help organize notes, but only recently have developers begun to tap their true potential. Providers can now be aided at the time of service with actionable healthcare intelligence to support a variety of initiatives. From decision support to adverse event prediction, Adam Klass gives us a glimpse of how

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What you don’t know about your data CAN hurt you w/ Jeff Garbus of Soaring Eagle at the Health IT Expo

How much money would your business lose every second your database is down? How long would it take to get it back up and running? Would you be able to answer these questions on your own? Probably not. That’s why Jeff Garbus started Soaring Eagle Database Consulting. In this episode, Jeff takes us on a

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Casino Loyalty Programs and the Healthcare Experience w/ Vishal Agarwal of CareCognitics at the Health IT Expo

Thinking about the endless paperwork, long wait times, and confusing bills at the doctor’s can make even healthy people feel like their luck ran out. Just because it’s not concierge medicine doesn’t mean it can’t be concierge service! In this episode Vishal Agarwal, Co-Founder and COO of CareCognitics, shares with us how his years in

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Innovation Centers, VR and Clinical Decision Support | UCHealth, AgileMD and Health Scholars at the Health IT Expo

Leading healthcare providers are always looking for new ways to help their patients and bend the cost curve. New technology companies are always looking for early adopters to try their products. You’d think it’d be easier to match them up, but if you’ve been on either side of that equation then you know how hard

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Healthcare IT Entrepreneurs’ Dilemma: Surviving the Valley of Death – Dexter Braff at the Health IT Expo

It is the Healthcare IT Entrepreneurs’ Dilemma. In order to become a Unicorn, you either have to survive or take a long detour around the Valley of Death, that strange netherworld where the value of your company can actually drop once you become marginally profitable. As counter intuitive as that may seem, it is strangely