After a stall last week, the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS), according to Becker's Hospital Review (Becker's Health IT), "released a final rule Monday that includes the first major update to Medicaid managed care regulations in more than 10 years." The "1,425-page final rule CMS released Monday 'modernizes' the system, according to CMS."
Join Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s research and development technologists from their Server and Storage teams on Thursday 24-March in New York, NY. New York HPE Platinum Solution Advisor Partner, Derive Technologies, and the dedicated Derive Healthcare team, will be there too!
Hospital IT shops and security staff need to think of medical devices as computers, but ones with even more vulnerabilities, said Steve Spearman, VP of HIPAA Compliance at Healthicity. Spearman, along with Mary McGuirl, Director of IT at Oneida Healthcare in New York, will present the session, “Assessing the Risk of Your Medical Devices,” at HIMSS16.
Among the most important curent focuses for healthcare technology in provider, research, teaching and other medical environments is the (secure, stable) interoperability of systems, software and data across platforms, devices, locations and in on-demand paradigms.
With the market for electronic health records predicted to be worth about $35.2 billion by 2019, the steady rise of data has increased the need to strengthen the software to make data more accessible, reduce errors and increase the ease of use.
An 11/18 article in iHealthBeat.org indicated that several health IT organizations, "commented on provisions of the Medicare Access and Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act, Clinical Innovation & Technology reports (Walsh, Clinical Innovation & Technology, 11/16)."
(NOTE: Derive Healthcare, HP, and our other strategic alliance partners who developed this special Healthcare Technology program, have had to cancel the October event. We plan to reschedule it soon. Please use the form at the bottom of this page to contact Derive Healthcare to learn more.)
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