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Interview: Dr. William Yasnoff on patient-centric IT

For this special issue of Wisconsin Technology Network, we asked William Yasnoff, founder of the eHealthTrust initiative, why his system can foster the adoption of electronic health records that today are fractured and limited. Yasnoff is a speaker at the Digital Healthcare Conference 2006 ,...

Interview: Dr. William Yasnoff on health records, part 2

For this special issue of Wisconsin Technology Network, we asked William Yasnoff, founder of the eHealthTrust initiative, why his system can foster the adoption of electronic health records that today are fractured and limited. Read part 1 of this interview. William Yasnoff Yasnoff ...

WTN Interview: HHS Secretary calls for $550 million health care fund to reduce deaths caused by medical errors

...h WTN on how lives could be saved by an increased adoption of information technology in the health care community. Representatives of HHS, Dr Bill yasnoff and Kathy Heuer will speak in greater detail on the national health care architecture and infrastructure at the upcoming Digital Healthcare Conferenc...

Federal advisor to HHS describes the national information infrastructure

...ile this seems to be a grim statement, Dr. William yasnoff , a physician and computer scientist who serves as...sts of technology prove to put a lock on progress, yasnoff said. However, yasnoff unveiled one of the keys to that lock at the Digi...

Building a improved national health care infrastructure

...aces inconsistent quality and high error rates due to its outdated systems. yasnoff shared the vision for a network of systems and files that operate in concer...ct on many levels for personal, public, clinical and research applications. yasnoff stated that the benefits of this widespread NHII system are enormous. The s...

U.S. Health and Human Services officials to speak at the Digital Healthcare Conference

... at the Fluno Center in Madison, WI. Heuer and yasnoff will discuss their agencys involvement in implemen...upport health IT for public health. William A. yasnoff will discuss that National Health Information Infr...low consumers to have access to their own records. yasnoff will explain the need, key roles, and the advantag...

Healthcare Technology - On top of the national agenda

...try, which drives almost one-seventh of the national economy, currently, faces inconsistent quality and high error, rates due to its outdated systems. yasnoff shared the vision for a network of systems and files that operate in concert to streamline the sharing of information. He argued that the most viable ...

Digital Healthcare Conference marks Wisconsin's Healthcare IT Week

...alth records that today are fractured and limited. yasnoff is a well-known figure in healthcare who was previ...mation Infrastructure. Interview: Dr. William yasnoff on health records and patient control, part 1 ...ility between systems. Interview: Dr. William yasnoff on health records and patient control, part 2 ...

U.S. health system could undermine EHR progress

...cture, but the word national should not imply that yasnoff believes in national information infrastructure mo...ation infrastructure. With a national approach, yasnoff said the probability of failure would be "150 perc... $20 per year, per patient - probably a lot less," yasnoff said. The eHealth Trust model requires a centr...

Yasnoff: Wisconsin should invest in health record bank

... Milwaukee, Wis. Dr. William yasnoff agreed that $30 million is a relatively small sum for state government to invest in the adoption of electronic health records, but not too small to ma...
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