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    | November 11, 2021

    Saluting our Veterans, Today and Every Day

    BookZurman is grateful on this day and every day to those who serve or have... Read More
    3 minute read
    | October 5, 2021

    All aboard! Next stop: Health IT of the Future

    With so much evolving in healthcare and technology, it can be hard to keep up and... Read More
    4 minute read
    | September 21, 2021

    How can we avoid data breaches and make EHRs safer?

    With so much evolving in healthcare and technology, it can be hard to keep up and... Read More
    3 minute read
    | September 14, 2021

    IT Governance Framework and Industry Tools Boost Interoperability Efforts

    With so much evolving in healthcare and technology, it can be hard to keep up and... Read More
    4 minute read
    | September 8, 2021

    Does patient access to clinical notes help or hurt engagement?

    With so much evolving in healthcare and technology, it can be hard to keep up and... Read More
    3 minute read
    | September 1, 2021

    Why are Google & Apple Retreating from Healthcare while Fax Stands Firm?

    With so much evolving in healthcare and technology, it can be hard to keep up and... Read More
    4 minute read
    | August 24, 2021

    How Interoperability Should Help, Not Hurt, Health Disparity and Health Inequity

    With so much evolving in healthcare and technology, it can be hard to keep up and... Read More
    4 minute read
    | August 18, 2021

    I’m Just a Bill on Capitol Hill: News on Patient Safety & Interoperability

    With so much evolving in healthcare and technology, it can be hard to keep up and... Read More
    3 minute read
    | August 9, 2021

    Could eHealth be a Solution in the Social Determinants of Health Divide?

    With so much evolving in healthcare and technology, it can be hard to keep up and... Read More