TechSector: Mobile/Wireless: The iPhone Offers iNfinite Possibilities
It's been possible to avoid the iPhone media barrage in the wake of Apple's recent announcement at Macworld earlier this year.
DocMVP: John Luo, MD
Our latest addition to the Pulse section will highlight physicians who are "bringing healthcare technology into practice." This month, we profile our newest Editorial Board member, John Luo, MD.
The HIT Contrarian: ePrescribing: Not So Fast, Amigo!
Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and other healthcare information technology (HIT) enjoy a tidal wave of support from politicians, including the leaders of our national medical societies, who...
Tech Talk: Building a Website the Easy Way - Part II
In last month's column, we looked at several reasons why you might want to create a practice website and explained how to register for a domain name. This month, we'll examine everal approaches to...
Downtime: Hey Kids Watch This!
Growing up, I spent just as much time playing indoors, setting up elaborate GI Joe vs. Transformers wars, as I did running around Wood-Ridge, NJ, with my best friend at the time, imagining we were...
Sounding Board: Career Makeover: Medicine Moves to IT
Most physicians choose clinical medicine because they want to make a positive impact on patients' health. Tom Wessel, MD, is no exception. And that's the reason he left the bedside.
Healthcare IT: Is it All Hype?
The topic of health information technology (IT) seems to be popping up everywhere nowadays. No longer the province of healthcare and tech-focused websites, it has recently made prominent...
Who Will Change the Course of Health Information Technology?
Health information technology (IT) is evolving rapidly. Big changes are on the way, including pay for performance (P4P), ePrescribing, ubiquitous electronic health records (EHRs), and computerized...
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