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New data shows Medicare spending on imaging declines January 04, 2012 | Bernie Monegain - Editor
An analysis by the Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) finds that Medicare spending on medical imaging continues to decline, and that Medicare patients are receiving fewer imaging procedures.
Medical homes prove worth, in U.S. and abroad January 03, 2012 | Mike Miliard - Managing Editor
A Commonwealth Fund international survey finds that chronically and seriously ill adults who received care from a medical home were less likely to report medical errors, test duplication and other care coordination failures.
Top 5 IT rules for smaller practices January 03, 2012 | Michelle McNickle - New Media Producer
Although so many health IT-related discussions tend to focus on large organizations across the country, it's important to remember the smaller practices whose needs differ. In fact, implementing new technologies into a smaller practice can be tricky, depending on the amount of data you have and your willingness to pick up on current IT trends.
Successful eRx requires 'three-phased approach' January 03, 2012 | Molly Merrill - Associate Editor
A study profiling how five physician practices successfully overcame their e-prescribing challenges has determined that the common thread among them was that each had carefully moved through three phrases: planning, implementation and use of the systems.

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