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Hello Health and HIT: Looking back, looking forward

Posted by Barry Holleman on Tue, Jan 07, 2014 @ 02:59 PM

What a year 2013 turned out to be! The Hello Health development team released EIGHT platform updates over the course of the year, each in response to the feedback and needs of our customers. Hello Health’s interactive relationship with our users makes it possible for us to achieve this continuous improvement. It’s easy to stay excited in this field – new opportunities to instigate innovation arise every day. As we pack away our holiday decorations, we here at Hello Health are excited to embark on the journey of Health IT that lays before us in 2014. But before we look forward, let’s hit the highlights of what went on around the industry last year.


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Topics: Hello Health, health information technology, HIT, patient engagement, EHR, Meaningful use, Health IT solutions

A Tribute to National Health IT Week

Posted by Barry Holleman on Fri, Oct 04, 2013 @ 05:14 PM

As organizations across the country joined together to celebrate information
technology and the incredible impact it is having on our health care system, National Health IT Week gave us the opportunity to stop and consider the many ways that  increased adoption of health IT has enabled a more efficient U.S. healthcare system.

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Topics: Hello Health, health information technology, HIT

Safety First, In Matters of Health IT

Posted by Ali Dufour on Mon, Jan 14, 2013 @ 06:07 PM

Cooperation between software companies and physicians was urged by the Obama administration before the close of the year in an attempt to ensure protection of patients from faulty electronic records.  While the administration did not call for a federal regulation to report electronic mistakes, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is taking the issue of patient safety seriously and is calling on the private sector to take action as well.  To ensure a culture of safety, the government, health IT industry, patient safety organizations and health care providers must share responsibility in the protection of patients.

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Topics: HIT, EHR, Patient safety

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