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Healthcare organizations are always working to improve the quality of their care and the efficiency of their business operations. Data analytics for such efforts require access to a lot of data for determining performance, detecting trends, and simulating potential outcomes of new processes. In the right situation, it is appropriate to access protected health information, but to prevent accidental or unauthorized access to personal information, health IT pros should be working with anonymized data.

In this issue of Pulse, learn more about:

  1. Best practices for using and guarding protected health information
  2. Nuance Communications, Inc.’s jump into medical image sharing
  3. How VNAs compare to PACS, the giants in the VNA market, and purchasing tips

Learn from the experts

  • Read about how Integris Health in Oklahoma City adopted a VNA system, and learn how EHR vendors from athenahealth’s More Disruption Please conference really feel about meaningful use.

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