electronic medical records
Detroit’s Covisint has been expanding its secure communication and collaboration platform beyond its initial home in the auto industry, into health care and other industries, for some time now. Now, it’s growing that health care practice internationally.
Truven Health Analytics Thursday introduced a new product, MarketScan Oncology Electronic Medical Records Database.
East Lansing-based Great Lakes Health Information Exchange and Southfield-based Michigan Health Connect, the state’s two largest providers of health infoormation exchange, have agreed to share medical records electronically.
With events taking place across the country to mark the important role health information technology plays in improving healthcare delivery in America, Online Tech is observing National Health IT Week by presenting a free educational webinar.
Midland based MidMichigan Health — already recognized among the top 10 percent of U.S. hospitals for embracing health information technology — last week announced it is partnering with the Great Lakes Health Information Exchange to enable the real-time transfer of patient data to providers outside of the health care system.
ROYAL OAK (WWJ) — When Bill Crute went for an annual check-up at his doctor’s office, he was asked if he’d like to access his medical records electronically. Within minutes he had a login […]
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is now a part of Michigan’s electronic sharing of health information through the Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services.
Truven Health Analytics, formerly the Healthcare business of Thomson Reuters, achieved the highest standards for interoperability at the annual Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise North American Connectathon.
Officials with Evanston, Ill.-based Care Team Connect announced the completion of their integration into the Grand Rapids-based Michigan Health Information Network, the state’s initiative to improve health care quality, cost, efficiency and patient safety through electronic exchange of health information.
Oakwood Healthcare System in Dearborn Tuesday showed off part of an $80 million investment in patient care technology that will reduce medical error and make health care safer and more effective.