Profile of Ken Terry
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Ken Terry is a freelance healthcare writer, specializing in health IT. A former technology editor of Medical Economics Magazine, he is also the author of the book Rx For Healthcare Reform.
Articles by Ken Terry
posted in February 2012
Oracle aggregates and analyzes data from 18 hospitals for Moffitt Cancer Center's personalized medicine program.
Partnership will boost Dell's Unified Clinical Archive and Siemens' Image Sharing & Archiving system and its Healthcare Cloud Computing Center.
Cloud-based Developer Center platform aims to bring together data from multiple apps and devices, connect them to healthcare systems.
City Health Department will extract data from EHRs and health information exchanges to generate reports for multiple purposes.
While electronic prescribing has increased rapidly in California, small practices and independent pharmacies are still behind the curve, says a new report.
Focus group suggests that CIOs need to get clinicians enthusiastic about the new diagnostic coding system, but they don't know how to make that happen.
Anthelio lends project management expertise to help Healthland EHR customers quickly gear up for federal Meaningful Use incentives.
New law would set up national credentials database so telehealth providers would no longer need multiple state licenses.
Most doctors still use desktops because iPads lack speech processing capabilities. One expert, however, says iPad EHRs are coming.
iRobot partners with InTouch Health to develop new generation of 'telepresence' robots that could help people with chronic diseases remain at home.
National Coordinator for Health IT is predictably optimistic, but observers take a more skeptical view.
Electronic health records move into the mainstream, thanks to Meaningful Use incentives. Most successful practices invest more in training, advanced functions, research shows.