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A Federal Jump-start for Health IT ... White House aide leads push to improve health-care IT with billions in stimulus funds.

Colleagues,

See article and link from MIT Tech Review of interview with the new National Coordinator for Health Information Technology ...

Conrad Clyburn

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In a landmark government effort to drive American health care into the information age, the February 2009 stimulus bill earmarked about $30 billion in incentives for doctors and hospitals who install electronic medical records—paying up to $63,750 to individual physician and millions to hospitals.

Defense companies target health care ... Washington Post

Colleagues, See article and link below from the Washington Post on how defense contrators are increasingly focusing on acquiring health information technology expertise and companies .... 

Traditional defense contractors are increasingly muscling into the health care services field, hoping that the burgeoning area can help them weather reductions in Pentagon equipment buying.

SKIDS Scope Definition

The purpose of this Wiki page is to define the scope of the SKIDS project.

This will be done by working in collaboration with the larger community.

Please start by reading the SKIDS White Paper and share your ideas about scope in this page.

 

 

Source KIDS (SKIDS) White Paper

This white paper describes the issues involved in integrating KIDS distribution files with the Git version control system. OSEHRA invites the larger Open Source community to participate in an open and transparent joint effort for designing and implementing this bridging functionalites.

Corrected Links - Education Group

Colleagues,

 

It has been brought to my attention that some of the Education hyperlinks led to a site requiring log in. 

This has been corrected.

Thank you in advance for bringing this, and any other issues, to my attention for correction.

 

Conrad Clyburn

Corrected Links - Education Group

Colleagues,

 

It has been brought to my attention that some of the Education hyperlinks led to a site requiring log in. 

This has been corrected.

Thank you in advance for bringing this, and any other issues, to my attention for correction.

 

Conrad Clyburn

7th WorldVistA Education Seminar, Oct 16, 2011 to Oct 20, 2011, Pittsburgh, Pa.

7th WorldVistA Education Seminar — filed under:

Instructor led courses focused on Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS), system administration, programming and evaluation topics. The curriculum is designed for clinical application coordinators (CAC), system administrators and managers, developers and sites evaluating VistA for adoption.

Oct 16 2011, 1:30pm EDT

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