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The eHealth suite aims to connect clinicians and patients in a highly secure platform, but relies in part on early adopters paid by the federal government.
The drive to digitize medical records could impact every American. What does the move mean for your health care and privacy?
Allscripts, Cisco, Citrix, Dell, Intel, Intuit, Microsoft, and Nuance Communications are banding together in an effort to make doctors aware of the benefits of electronic health records.
The Defense Department and the Department of Veterans Affairs are creating a streamlined process for sharing electronic medical records.
commentary A large chunk--about 140 pages of 800--of the Senate bill creates electronic health records for "each person in the United States by 2014," with no clear way to opt out.
As President-elect Obama calls for widespread adoption of e-medical records, the Department of Health and Human Services is offering more privacy guidelines for them.
ISP trade group argues antidiscrimination mandates could prevent doctors from taking full advantage of digitized health care innovations. Net neutrality advocates disagree.
Vulnerabilities in health care software often go unreported.
General Electric, a giant in clinical settings, has turned out to be a key partner for Wintel's health care ambitions.
The Centers for Disease Control is using Twitter to send out updates about swine flu including news reports and links to consumer resources.