Physician Payment Data is Where the Action Is

Look beyond the EHR incentive program. A national effort to turn CMS's recent release of Medicare physician payment data into useful, actionable data visualizations is the hottest HIT challenge right now.
Published Online: April 24, 2014

Look beyond the EHR incentive program. A national effort to turn CMS's recent release of Medicare physician payment data into useful, actionable data visualizations is the hottest HIT challenge right now.

The days of building electronic medical record software are over.

Oh sure, EHRs will continue to get built, improved, "skinned," perhaps even reimagined.

But with the EHR incentive program beyond its peak, attention is shifting to other important aspects of the healthcare technology spectrum.

Read the full story here: http://bit.ly/1iRe6hl

Source: Health Leaders Media



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