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Who bears the costs for clinical data-sharing?

In the push to boost clinical data-sharing for research, there's little discussion of the costs it entails, according to an article at the Journal of the American Medical Association. Pushing...

QUEST collaborative saves $11.65 billion

Premier's national quality improvement collaborative, QUEST, says it has saved approximately $11.65 billion and prevented 136,375 deaths over the past five years through process improvements and...

Hospital CIO: ACOs must look beyond EHRs for care coordination

What's the secret to successful accountable care? It's certainly not just use of electronic health records and health information exchanges, according to one university medical center CIO.

4 trends affecting insurers this year

Susan DeVore, CEO of Premier healthcare alliance, outlines eight trends that will affect insurers and providers this year. Here's a sampling, rounded out with some examples from our own recent  FierceHealthPayer  news coverage.

IOM seeks input on responsibly sharing clinical trial data

In a bid to solicit input on how to responsibly share data from clinical trials, the Institute of Medicine has released a "discussion framework" and key questions to be addressed.

Merger of Michigan HIEs to create one of nation's largest exchanges

Michigan's two largest health information exchanges plan to merge, creating one of the largest such organizations in the country, reports Crain's Detroit Business. In October, the two...

How international data-sharing can improve hospital outcomes

A new hospital initiative seeks to improve patient outcomes through international data-sharing, according to an article in the  Guardian.

Surescripts adds 19 entities to its health information network

Surescripts announced this week that it is adding19 health information exchanges and other entities to its health information network. 

Stakeholders to CMS: We need interoperability standards

The government needs to step up to the plate and mandate clear standards on interoperability in order for the Meaningful Use incentive program and data sharing to work properly, according to a panel of stakeholders speaking on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' recent eHealth Summit in Baltimore.

Geisinger to expand patient access to docs' notes

Geisinger Health System, buoyed by the success of its experiment to provide patients with access to their physicians' electronic notes, has decided to expand the program to more than 500 of its physicians and 100,000 patients, it recently announced.