The Future of Meaningful Use Stage 3

Speaking on behalf of 31 healthcare organizations, CIO John Halamka is asking HHS to reconsider MU Stage 3 and “refocus efforts on the infrastructure needed to promote adoption, enhance interoperability and improve usability.”

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Q&A With CHIME Board Of Trustees Chair Chuck Christian

New CHIME vision statement — “Healthcare is changing, and so our role had to change.”
Emulating Wayne Gretzky
Getting docs the right data at the right time
CIO 3.0: “Running the servers is not a core competency.”
Management By Wandering Around
“You have to be willing to walk into the storm.”

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Russell Branzell, President & CEO, CHIME, Chapter 2

Policy leadership changes
Mari Savickis & Leslie Kriegstein — “True rock stars in the industry.”
“Critique by itself can be just construed as complaining.”
CHIME Technologies — “Focusing on new and innovative areas.”
2015 Fall Forum
“We’ve made a big effort to make it not only extremely valuable, but also extremely relaxing.”
CIO 3.0 — “Everyone has to up their game.”

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Dykehouse Recognized For Policy Work

Rodney Dykehouse has been named the recipient of CHIME’s Federal Public Policy Award for CIO Leadership. Dykehouse, who serves as CIO at Penn State Hershey Medical Center and College Medicine, is a member of CHIME’s Policy Steering Committee and has been a thought leader on issues as cybersecurity and Meaningful Use. He has been instrumental […]

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CHIME: MU Stage 3 Is “Unworkable”

In comments submitted to CMS, CHIME expressed concern that Meaningful Use stage 3 is “too ambitious” and called for several key changes, including a 90-day reporting period for the first year of compliance. “With so few providers having demonstrated Stage 2 capabilities, we question the underlying feasibility of many requirements and question the logic of building […]

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