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Access to Electronic Health Records

Creating unique solutions and products that enhance the interoperability of health records – to the benefit of provider and patient – is at the heart […]

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EHR Obstacles

The New York Times exposed an interesting issue that should be troubling the health IT industry. The article, published May 26, explains how competition in […]

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HIMSS15 and the Evolving Importance of Patient Centered Care

  The Health Care Information Management Systems Society’s annual conference – more colloquially known as HIMSS15 – is a gathering of more than 38,000 health […]

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The Affordable Care Act and the Supreme Court: Round 3

The Affordable Care Act fundamentally changed the way health care is delivered in this country. Every stakeholder in the industry had to adapt to the […]

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The Millennial Impact on Health Tech

We’ve all heard a lot of things about millennials in recent years – from characterizations of them as entitled, to reports of their unique ability […]

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Brick-and-Mortar eHealth Help

CNSI has talked repeatedly about the eHealth revolution. There are apps, products, processes and solutions in progress to address every imaginable health care need, and […]

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The Rise of Wearable Health Technology

The past few years have seen the rise of what is called “wearable tech.” Hi-tech wristbands, watches and other devices that can track personal health […]

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CMS Reaches Milestone Using CNSI’s EDPS Software: 1 Billion Encounters Processed

CNSI today announced that 1 billion encounters have been successfully processed through the Encounter Data Processing System (EDPS) established for the Centers for Medicare and […]

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Michigan Health Agency Goes From Pay And Chase To Detect And Prevent

With an estimated $600 to $800 billion of waste in the U.S. healthcare system annually, payment integrity has become vital to our economic and health […]

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