Thomas Hambrick, an ob-gyn in Oakland, Calif., Michael Leu, a pediatrician at Seattle Children's Hospital, Lana Lowry of the National Institute of Standards and Technology and Jeff Wall, a physician executive at Cerner spoke with iHealthBeat about how electronic health record systems could be better tailored for medical specialists.
Kate Berry of the National eHealth Collaborative, Tony Schueth of Point of Care Partners, David Yakimischak of Surescripts and Jimmy Yuen of Advance Medical Pharmacy in Walnut Creek, Calif., spoke with iHealthBeat about the recent growth in physicians' use of electronic prescribing technology.
Edward Shortliffe of the American Medical Informatics Association, Joyce Sensmeier of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society and William Hersh of Oregon Health & Science University's School of Medicine spoke with iHealthBeat about clinical informatics being formally recognized as a medical subspecialty.
Speranza Avram of the California Health Information Partnership and Services Organization, Mat Kendall of the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT and Christy Rosenberg of the Community Clinics Health Network spoke with iHealthBeat about new developments for regional extension centers.
Tara Lagu of Tufts University, Elizabeth McGlynn of RAND Health and Karsten Vagner of ZocDoc.com spoke with iHealthBeat about why few consumers are using hospital and physician rating websites.
Jason Mitchell of the American Academy of Family Physicians, Scott Macleod, a solo family physician in Virginia and David Johnson, a family physician in South Dakota, spoke with iHealthBeat about the challenges for physicians.
Adam Bosworth, CEO of Keas, Wayne Gattinella, CEO of WebMD, and Diane Rittenhouse of the University of California-San Francisco Medical Center spoke with iHealthBeat about high-tech, patient-centered medical homes.
U.S. Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra, Colin Evans of Dossia, Indu Subaiya, co-founder of Health 2.0, and other health 2.0 stakeholders spoke with iHealthBeat at the Health 2.0 Conference.
Lee Aese of the Mayo Clinic, Russ Cucina of UC-San Francisco Medical Center, Bill Ferris of the Henry Ford Hospital and Ravi Nemana of UC-Berkeley discussed the increasing use of social media in health care with iHealthBeat.
Paul Auwaerter of the Johns Hopkins University Point of Care IT Center, Russ Cucina of UC-San Francisco Medical Center and Evan Schoenberg, a software developer and computer programmer, talked with iHealthBeat about new health care applications for smartphones.
Rob Cronin of SureScripts-RxHub, Janet Marchibroda of the eHealth Initiative and Jason Mitchell of American Academy of Family Physicians spoke with iHealthBeat about electronic prescribing and a looming Medicare e-prescribing rule.
Michael Blum of the University of California-San Francisco Medical Center, Mark Dente of GE Healthcare and Stan Huff of Intermountain Healthcare discussed GE's new health IT initiative with iHealthBeat.
Michael Barr of the American College of Physicians, Janet Marchibroda of the e-Health Initiative and Steven Waldren of the American Academy of Family Physicians' Center for Health IT discuss the new electronic prescribing guide with iHealthBeat.
Roy Schoenberg, president of American Well; Michael Stollar, vice president of marketing for Hawaii Medical Services Association; and Robert Berenson, senior health policy fellow at the Urban Institute, discuss offering patients 24-hour online access to doctors.