Any further revisions to ICD-9 will only be for a new disease and/or a procedure representing new technology. ... 1, 2011. Between Oct. 1, 2011, and Oct. 1, 2015, any revisions to ICD-10 will be for new diseases/new technology procedures, and any minor
I first read of the new book in a recent, tech-minded interview in Wired. ... Doctors, for some reason, have been slow to adapt digital technology to health care, but this is changing, fast.
New 2 Script. Friday, February 7, 2014.. ... The report, from the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics, an information and technology services company, can be accessed after a free registration.
The electronic health record marked the time frame of all patient care orders placed in the first 24 hours of a new patient's admission from January to March 2011. ... We were encouraged to see that this technology could enhance patient care in the
Hood, MBBS, MPH, FACP, blames electronic medical records (EMRs) themselves for her difficulties in adopting this new technology. ... Hood. We eagerly pursue continuing medical education and take courses to perfect new procedural skills.
The partial freeze would incrementally phase out the ICD-9 annual updates, so that future changes will reflect only new technology and diseases. ... On Oct. 1, 2015, regular updates to ICD-10 will begin. New care management codes will be introduced
So why the Mini? What is all the fuss? Well, after finishing two weeks on service, I can finally tell you why the Mini is the new must-have for doctors ... rescue when we were trying to decipher the timing of a patient's medication and a potential new
They interviewed 3 people, with various backgrounds, training levels and interests in technology. ... environment. But he moves on to discuss the benefits of annotating on his new Kindle and the value of social reading.
New technology has the potential to greatly help solve this problem, especially if medication lists are clarified within one central computer system. ... His other clinical interests include quality improvement, hospital safety, hospital utilization, and
universities into this area, namely Stanford, Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). ... 4, 6]. They are part of a new technology venture led by Stanford and including several other big-name US universities called Coursera.