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  • Contributing Writer · October 28, 2011

    FAQ: Practice Fusion Connect

    Practice Fusion Connect is just 15 days away! I’d like to address some of the frequently asked questions we’ve been receiving as the conference gets closer and closer. If you still have questions definitely check out our Connect website!

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  • Contributing Writer · October 24, 2011

    Meaningful Use Commonly Asked Questions

    You’ve adopted Practice Fusion, you are pursing state or federal EHR Incentives this year and you need some guidance? We are here to help. We’ve heard a number of questions in the past few months and have worked to distill lessons from those most commonly...

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  • Contributing Writer · October 20, 2011

    HIPAA and HIE – part 2: Point-to-Point Connections

    This is the second in a 4-part series on the HIPAA implications of Health Information Exchange (HIE). In the first installment, we reviewed the Community Chart Sharing approach. In this installment, we will review the point-to-point connection approach; in the 3rd installment we will review...

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  • Contributing Writer · October 18, 2011

    HIPAA and HIE – part 1: Community-Based Chart Sharing

    This is the first in a 4-part series on the HIPAA implications of Health Information Exchange (HIE). We will present a framework for understanding the different kinds of HIE in the first 3 of the series: (1) the community chart-sharing approach; (2) the point-to-point connection...

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  • Contributing Writer · October 14, 2011

    Health IT Chief at Practice Fusion Connect 2011

    He’s called “the nation’s top health geek” and “Obama’s top health information technology guy” - Dr. Farzad Mostashari is leading the way to improve healthcare information technology in the United States as National Coordinator of Health IT for the U.S. Department of Health and Human...

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