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IRS ruling could speed healthcare technology adoption

Madison, Wis. - As he delivered a keynote address at the recent Digital Healthcare Conference, a somewhat incredulous John Wade, the chair-elect of the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society, blasted a seemingly contradictory stance by the Internal Revenue Se......

Full article >>> that allow hospitals to provide, within specific parameters, EMR software and technical support services to their medical staffs without violating the federal anti-kickback law and the physician self-referral law.

Lois Lerner, director of Exempt Organizations for the IRS, indicated in the memorandum that the IRS will not treat the benefits a hospital provides to its medical staff physici......

Full article >>> nvergence of pagers, cell phones, and PDAs with IP telephony.

Ministry Healthcare boasts of the new St. Clare's Hospital in Weston, Wis., which provides electronic medical records and other healthcare IT on a completely wireless network.

One of the current strategic initiatives at National Alliance for Health Information Technology, told By Joe Vanden Plas 05/23/07

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