This week’s Health Wonk Review (our Health Policy and IT Carnival) is available at Tinker Ready’s Boston Health Blog. It’s got lots of scary photos but don’t let that keep you from seeing what’s going on this week.
John Biggs at TechCrunch says DeepDyve is like iTunes for Scientific and Papers. The DeepDyve site, launched today, offers full-text search of scientific articles along with 99 cent downloads and a subscription service that allows you to read as many papers as you’d like. Articles… Read More
General Electric (GE) unveiled its $250 million GE Healthymagination Fund which was created to make investments in promising healthcare technology companies. If you’ve got some good ideas and think you can get the concepts to market, start your business plan and get in line for… Read More
I got a note from the nice folks at Software Advice reminding us that this Friday marks the close of the first reporting period for Recovery Act funds. Any grants or loans awarded between February 17th (the signing of the bill) and September 30th will… Read More
The LPN to RN Blog has a nice posting on 101 Ways to Use Twitter in Your Hospital. It’s worth checking out.
On Jan. 15, 2009 the United States Department of Health and Human Services released the final rules for the updated X12 Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) transaction definitions, version 005010 to be used in conjunction with HIPAA and completed by January 2013. At the same time,… Read More