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Or do public online forums also give way to honest, informative discussions on contentious issues?
Medicare recipients can access their own health data in electronic medical records.
Hospitals, insurers and other health-care providers can exchange medical information on a per-use basis.
Consumer Electronics Association and the Information Technology Industry Council suggest a different approach to New York City e-waste law. City councilman says current law is a national model.
New York City's Primary Care Information Project pays some costs of deploying EHR systems.
Web 2.0 tool could be useful idea generators, says panel at Conference on California's Future.
Stimulus act funds give priority to reimbursing doctors and hospitals that use electronic health records.
Retired Apollo 13 Flight Director Gene Kranz hopes President Barack Obama maintains NASA funding level.
Florida's Make It-Take It program prepares students for job market.
New applications enrich experience for in-person and online visitors.
David Brailer on Health IT; Emergency Managers Ponder Climate Change
Disaster planning and cross-agency communications are crucial capabilities, experts say.
David Brailer, former health IT czar, speaks at California health forum.
Tiny Little Rip-Offs
Texas Gov. Rick Perry urges CIOs to Innovate.
Good things come in small packages.
For his leadership and management skills completing a number of
projects for the city of Austin and his work with collaborative partners
across the region.