Tag Archives: adoption

Telehealth services expand at state level, but adoption barriers remain

Expansion of telehealth coverage and reimbursement at the state level has grown since 2017, according to the latest American Telemedicine Association The report indicates that while states are realizing the many benefits of telehealth and are implementing policies that advance utilization, some states still lack the authority or resources needed to fully deploy telehealth across… Read More »

TEFCA task force debates incentives for industry adoption

Dive Brief: An advisory committee thinks the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT should consider incentives for health information networks to adopt the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement, a blueprint for fostering interoperability in healthcare. At its Tuesday meeting, the TEFCA task force — a subset of the Health IT Advisory Committee… Read More »

CHIME's Most Wired survey highlights progress, gaps in health IT adoption

Brief Published Nov. 2, 2018 Dive Brief: Interoperability is improving in healthcare, but providers still have a ways to go to achieve the kinds of operational and workflow efficiencies envisioned with health information technologies, according to an analysis of CHIME’s latest Most Wired survey. Nearly all organizations report at least 95% of their clinicians regularly… Read More »