Healthcare executive (Healthc Exec)
Healthcare Executive gets to the heart of the $1.7 trillion healthcare industry. With its ear to the ground, Healthcare Executive provides industry leaders with the most current trends that directly affect the daily challenges they face. Each bimonthly issue focuses on: Critical industry topics such as technology trends, organizational performance, access to capital, and facilities management; Best practices and management advice presented in special features, interviews, and columns by recognized experts in the field; Strategies based on groundbreaking research in such areas as governance, CEO turnover, and diversity; Real-world solutions for meeting evolving challenges.
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|Other titles||Healthcare executive (Online), Health care executive|
|Material type||Document, Periodical, Internet resource|
|Document type||Internet Resource, Computer File, Journal / Magazine / Newspaper|
Publications in this journal
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ABSTRACT: Analytical techniques can be applied to the large repository of existing patient related health and medical data to get a deeper understanding of outcomes that can be applied at the point of care. A hospital is a world in itself and what gets measured, gets improved ! http://issuu.com/healthcareexecutive/docs/1-92_july_online_2 ; pp52-55Healthcare executive 07/2014;
- Healthcare executive 05/2013; 28(3):80-1.
- Healthcare executive 01/2013; 28(1):84-7.
- Healthcare executive 01/2013; 28(2):16-8, 20, 22 passim.
Article: Boosting clinical productivityHealthcare executive 01/2012; 27(4):8-10, 12, 14-6.
- Healthcare executive 01/2011; 26(1):28-30, 32-4.
- Healthcare executive 11/2010; 26(3):66, 68-70.
- Healthcare executive 11/2010; 26(6):52, 54-5.
- Healthcare executive 01/2010; 25(3):70, 72.
- Healthcare executive 01/2010; 25(2):54, 56-7.
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ABSTRACT: The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 included billions of dollars in Medicare and Medicaid incentive payments to providers and hospitals for the Meaningful Use of certified health IT products. The Act also required the secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) to establish by the end of 2009 certification criteria and standards for achieving meaningful use. At press time, the final rule for Meaningful Use had not been issued. New information may be available from the Office of the National Coordinator in HHS. This article provides an overview of the Meaningful Use of an EHR and the Interim Final Rule (IFR) establishing the Initial Set of Standards, Implementation Specifications and Certification Criteria for EHR Technology issued in January 2010.Healthcare executive 01/2010; 25(3):20-1.
- Healthcare executive 01/2010; 25(2):26-8, 30, 32 passim.
- Healthcare executive 01/2010; 25(2):58-60.
- Healthcare executive 01/2010; 25(1):68-70.
- Healthcare executive 01/2010; 25(3):92-5.
- Healthcare executive 01/2010; 25(2):84, 86-7.
- Healthcare executive 01/2010; 25(5):72-5.
- Healthcare executive 01/2010; 25(2):14-6, 18-20, 22 passim.
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