Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Call to Halt Meaningful Use Incentives

You may have read that some congressmen are calling for a halt to Meaningful Use Incentives. They are citing “ . . . a lack of standards for EHR interoperability as grounds for HHS to rethink its methods for subsidizing … Continue reading

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The Shoemaker Can Have Good Shoes

Contrary to the old saying. . . Consider a software manufacturer that makes several products for different industries and applications and does this by setting up separate teams of developers.  At the end of the day you have modules with … Continue reading

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