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Landa on AMDIS PCC Symposium 2014

AMDIS Vice-Chairman Howard Landa, MD: Highlights of the 2014 AMDIS PCC Symposium (Ojai, Calif., June 18-20) and why you need to attend an AMDIS meeting.

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The ability of CMIOs to initiate innovation is certainly limited by the amount of time spent dealing with issues related to Meaningful Use, ICD-10, or the Physician Quality Reporting System, but according to Michael Oppenheim, MD, CMIO at North Shore-LIJ Health System based in Great Neck, N.Y., “I don’t think it just impacts our ability to innovate.”

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OJAI, CALIF.--CMIOs are making more money than a year ago, and though satisfied with their roles, are slightly less satisfied than in the past, according to the results of the 10th Annual AMDIS-Gartner survey examining the evolving role of the CMIO.

 - GoogleGlass

drchrono, the creator of a free EHR platform on the iPad, iPhone and cloud, has created the first “wearable health record.”

 - Patient Data

In the fight against heart disease and diabetes, it’s time to start working together. That’s what a collaboration between the American College of Cardiology (ACC), the American Diabetes Association, the American College of Physicians and the Joslin Diabetes Center intends to do by opening up the cross-specialty dialogue, its leaders told Cardiovascular Business.