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Connected Care for the Patient using Direct Messaging

By Leonard Tambasco, Used with permission from DSS, Inc. In an ongoing effort to provide the best patient care, healthcare facilities must stay current with the latest advances in health care technology. One of the fastest growing, and most effective tools in the industry is Direct Messaging. Think of it as “encrypted email” for health […] The post Connected Care for the Patient using Direct Messaging appeared first on FedHealthIT.

How a Humanitarian Supply Chain Uses Analytics to Save Lives

By Heather Gittings, Published in the Summer 2016 FedHealthIT Magazine Last week, my 2-year-old woke up drenched in sweat. After wrestling the thermometer into her mouth, I learned that her temperature was 104.6. It turned out to be a simple ear infection, quickly cured with Amoxicillin. Fortunately, I didn’t have to think about the logistics […] The post How a Humanitarian Supply Chain Uses Analytics to Save Lives appeared first on FedHealthIT.

Doctors Rate Favorite EHR – Veterans Affairs CPRS ranks highest

Doctors Rate Favorite EHR – Veterans Affairs CPRS ranks highest The post Doctors Rate Favorite EHR – Veterans Affairs CPRS ranks highest appeared first on FedHealthIT.

SOLICITATION: VA Veterans Crisis Line (VCL) Predictive Modeling Analytics

The Contractor solution shall provide a real-­time predictive analytics solution, inclusive of all hardware, software, configuration, connectivity, data access, and starter taxonomies to identify mental health risk factors, including suicide, among Veterans and Service Members. […]The post SOLICITATION: VA Veterans Crisis Line (VCL) Predictive Modeling Analytics appeared first on G2Xchange Health.

SOLICITATION: VA Veterans Crisis Line (VCL) Predictive Modeling Analytics

The Contractor solution shall provide a real-­time predictive analytics solution, inclusive of all hardware, software, configuration, connectivity, data access, and starter taxonomies to identify mental health risk factors, including suicide, among Veterans and Service Members. […]The post SOLICITATION: VA Veterans Crisis Line (VCL) Predictive Modeling Analytics appeared first on G2Xchange Health.

Improving DoD and VA Data sharing to enhance patient safety

By Lynda Joseph, Used with permission from DSS, Inc. Consider this scenario: A soldier wounded in Operation Iraqi Freedom lost part of his arm in an explosion. He now wears a prosthetic forearm and hand, which must be maintained and refitted periodically. He requires physical and occupational therapies to learn how to use his prosthesis […] The post Improving DoD and VA Data sharing to enhance patient safety appeared first on FedHealthIT.

VA TAC seeks COTS Analytics Tool

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Technology Acquisition Center is seeking sources to provide a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) data management analysis tool for approximately 50 users to support and enhance the capability of the Small Business […]The post VA TAC seeks COTS Analytics Tool appeared first on G2Xchange Health.

VA TAC seeks COTS Analytics Tool

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Technology Acquisition Center is seeking sources to provide a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) data management analysis tool for approximately 50 users to support and enhance the capability of the Small Business […]The post VA TAC seeks COTS Analytics Tool appeared first on G2Xchange Health.

Interview with Fred Deese, CEO, Visual Connections: Opportunity at CMS in FY 15/16

Published in the Summer 2015 Issue of FedHealthIT Magazine. Submissions open now, click here for more information. Some of the best interactions at conferences are the impromptu conversations that occur in the hallways between formal sessions. Here we try to capture that spirit with our interview with Fred Deese, CEO of Visual Connections, a fast-rising […] The post Interview with Fred Deese, CEO, Visual Connections: Opportunity at CMS in FY 15/16 appeared first on FedHealthIT.

Got EHR? Yes… Now what?

By Bo Dagnall, Health Informaticist, HP Account Chief Technologist for Veterans Affairs Driven by the Meaningful Use program, 98% of all hospitals now have an electronic health record (EHR) system.1 With the investment in EHR Modernization by the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) and the Department of Defense (DoD), two of the largest healthcare providers in the country […] The post Got EHR? Yes… Now what? appeared first on FedHealthIT.

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