Interoperability & Data Blocking: How The 21st Century Cures Act Can Change Health IT

The 21st Century Cures Act has significant implications for both vendors and providers in the health IT space, says Orlando Portale, who breaks down what it will mean for all parties.

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Cuban Healthcare: An Emphasis On Prevention

There is much to be learned about the healthcare system in Cuba, where life expectancy is nearly the same as in the US, but care is free, says Sue Schade, reflecting on a recent trip.

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Popping The Bubble

If you’re content to live in a bubble, that’s fine. But if you want a worldview, don’t just look locally, says Kate Huvane Gamble, whether that means following a different news feed or just listening to new voices.

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Sajid Ahmed, Chief Information & Innovation Officer, MLK Community Hospital, Chapter 1

If a new Martin Luther King Jr. Hospital was going to succeed where its predecessor failed, it would mean a willingness to leverage technology and extend care outside of the four walls, says Sajid Ahmed.

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What Is Healthcare’s Missing Link?

Imagine a world where every single interaction patients have with payers or providers could be done online, while providing a remarkable user experience. Can’t picture it? Successful organizations can, says Paul Roemer.

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