Nightingale Apps completes beta version of app for nurses

Nightingale Apps completes beta version of app for nurses »

4 Aug, 2017
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Nightingale Apps has just completed the beta version of an app for nurses. Now it has its sights set on a pilot.

EHR notification platform lands contract with Brigham and Women’s

EHR notification platform lands contract with Brigham and Women’s »

20 Jul, 2017
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Herald Health is finalizing a contract with Brigham and Women's after a 9-month pilot. The startup has positioned itself to be Brigham's latest investment in digital health innovation.

In a New Set of Principles, The MMS Tackles HIT

In a New Set of Principles, The MMS Tackles HIT »

31 May, 2016
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The Massachusetts Medical Society Committee on Information Technology has decided that it’s time for physicians, institutions and vendors to address many issues surrounding EHRs. They’ve recently adopted a set of seven principles that broadly outlines what healthcare IT should seek to accomplish and give voice to what physicians feel is missing from current solutions.

Iora Health Reimagines Primary Care, Three Steps at a Time

Iora Health Reimagines Primary Care, Three Steps at a Time »

Primary care practices often seem to follow a set of unwritten rules: a patient enters the clinic, checks in with the receptionist, and then waits for the nurse or doctor. Iora Health proposes that we do things a little bit differently.

#NowTrending: This Week’s MedTech News

#NowTrending: This Week’s MedTech News »

31 Jul, 2015
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Cerner awarded Pentagon contract, most health organizations lag in digital health strategy and MassChallenge announces finalists

What Brigham & Women’s Epic Implementation Can Teach Us About Interoperability

What Brigham & Women’s Epic Implementation Can Teach Us About Interoperability »

Photo via Sherry Yates Young/Shutterstock. On May 30, 2015, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Partners Home Care and Dana Farber Cancer Institute went live with Epic systems, in what was said to be the largest implementation in the EHR vendor’s history. Both clinical and revenue cycle systems were implemented on the same…
The Medical Scribe Dilemma

The Medical Scribe Dilemma »

8 Jun, 2015
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The position of medical scribe has been largely created by the EHR industry, but it still carries with it many of the issues that EHRs cause, including questions of security and management. Photo via gpointstudio/Shutterstock. When Alex* graduated from college, he wasn't prepared to apply to medical school right away. He'd…
Geneia Joy of Medicine Challenge: Meet Finalist Dr. Lolita Alkureishi

Geneia Joy of Medicine Challenge: Meet Finalist Dr. Lolita Alkureishi »

  A finalist in the Geneia Joy of Medicine Challenge, Dr. Lolita Alkureishi will participate in a live pitch-off event June 8 at MATTER. Working in outpatient practice transitioning to EHR, Dr. Lolita Alkureishi saw firsthand technology’s often negative impact on patient communication and the visit dynamic. “As a fly on…
#NowTrending: This Week’s MedTech News

#NowTrending: This Week’s MedTech News »

22 May, 2015
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We bring you this week's medtech news, from Boston and beyond: 1. Newton-Based Jana Care Launches Diabetes Management App Jana Care announced this week the launch of a mobile diabetes management solution that allows for coaching, monitoring and shareable data. The app will be used by all 20 centers in the Dr. Mohan's Diabetes Specialties…

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