Friday, December 19, 2014

More doc groups beg for shortened MU reporting period — Early lessons of comparative effectiveness research — CMS announces ICD-10 testing period

According to new research from Parks Associates, 41 percent of caregivers use digital health care devices. Among US broadband households, 22 percent have a head of household who currently provides care for a family member or anticipates doing so in the near future. Of the 10,000 broadband households surveyed, 44 percent of current or future caregivers expressed an interest in a “panic button” or mobile personal emergency response system. And 27 percent use and own one or more connected health device, with eight percent using a watch to track the individual they’re caring for. 

From the article "More doc groups beg for shortened MU reporting period — Early lessons of comparative effectiveness research — CMS announces ICD-10 testing period" by Ashley Gold.

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