On a recent podcast from Vox, health policy commentators wondered why U.S. health IT isn’t better. Dr. James Ralston responds.
In our daily lives, we generate a trail of personal data. Dr. Andrea Hartzler is making sure we have a say in how our data are used.
National study by eMERGE researchers—including Drs. David Carrell and Eric B. Larson—compares genetic data to electronic health records.
Mobile phone applications (apps) can measure your heart rate, check your blood pressure, and track your diet. Thoughtful use of apps could help you reach your health goals.
Group Health’s November 4 launch of OpenNotes gives patients easy access to clinicians’ notes on MyGroupHealth.
Unlike traditional randomized controlled trials—which collect data on carefully selected populations under ideal conditions—pragmatic clinical trials take place in everyday settings and take advantage of existing data sources, such as electronic health records (EHRs). These methods will take center stage this September at the First Seattle Symposium on Health Care Data Analytics.
Electronic health records (EHRs) are one part of the patient-centered medical home. But improved health care quality is related to other aspects of the medical home, not just EHRs, according to an invited editorial in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
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