Tag Archives: Health Care IT

Recommendations for NextGen Health IT Infrastructure

Health care information technology (health IT) facilitates the delivery of personalized medicine by providing and supporting the infrastructure for patients, consumers and health care providers to communicate and distribute information. The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) (collectively, the Office) acknowledge the importance of the … Continue reading this entry

Preparing to Comply With the HITECH Final Rule

As reported in my January 24th, 2013 post, the Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued an omnibus final rule (the Rule) implementing changes in current regulations under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), pursuant to the Health Information Technology for Economic and … Continue reading this entry

Guest Post by John Hagedorn, "IT Enabled Personalized Solutions to U.S. Health Care: Status and Challenges"

The collection, analysis and sharing of digitized information between patients and medical providers is promising to revolutionize the doctor-patient relationship. This new paradigm is enabled through recent innovations in information technology (“IT”), i.e., software, hardware, wireless access and mobile communications, rather than by the delivery of traditional health care such as pharmacology and biotechnology. New information- and … Continue reading this entry

Winning Strategies for Personalized Medicine

On October 14, 2011 during Foley & Lardner’s life sciences conference “Winning Strategies: How to Create, Grow and Sustain a Successful Life Sciences Company”, I hosted a panel of industry experts speaking to the challenges and opportunities in realizing the promise of personalized medicine. While much progress has been made in removing legal, technical and … Continue reading this entry