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The Road to HIMSS 2015: The Shaun Sutner Interview

 In our preparations for the 40,000-attendee strong Health  Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) 2015, the  Super Bowl of health IT trade shows, we sat down with Reporter Shaun Sutner to find out what he’ll  be watching at this year’s show, his first. While Sutner previously  worked for two decades as a reporter for the Worcester (Mass.)  Telegram & Gazette, prior to that h ...

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Playing with FHIR: Health Data Interoperability’s Next Chapter

Like explorers searching for the Northwest Passage, the U.S. healthcare industry has been searching for the key to unlock health data interoperability. Thwarting the quest are ice floes of governmental bureaucracy; free-market healthcare economics rewarding providers and EHR vendors who keep data proprietary; and legacy IT infrastructure slowly transforming itself into a more modern, cloud-based model. The ...

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Year’s End, New Beginnings: Health IT’s 2015 Outlook

First off, I’m pleased to be joining MSLGROUP, coming from TechTarget’s news site. I started there in 2010, after nine years of writing HCPro publications focused on respiratory care department management as well as hospital safety, Joint Commission compliance, nutrition, and clinical trials regulations. It was gratifying to contribute to’s rapid growth into one of the ...

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