• Hawaii TeleStroke Network at QMC
  • Dr. Matthew Koenig
  • NeuroScience Institute at QMC
  • Hawaii TeleStroke Network at QMC

    Christina Higa, Matthew Koenig and Karen Seth

  • Dr. Matthew Koenig

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  • NeuroScience Institute at QMC

    Karen Seth, Director for Neuroscience Institute

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  • Credentialing and Privileging Draft Agreement Template (CTeL)

    The Robert J. Waters Center for Telelhealth & e-Health Law (CTeL) posts various policy topics in regards to telehealth and telemedicine. One of those topics involves Credentialing and Privileging. Credentialing…

  • Malpractice: Is Telehealth Covered?

    Malpractice: Is Telehealth Covered?

    PBTRC reached out to malpractice insurance providers in Hawaii and the Pacific Island territories for clarification on their telehealth policies. Below is a short summary of the telehealth policies for…

  • Interstate Medical Licensure Compact

    Interstate Medical Licensure Compact

    On September 5, 2014, the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) released the final version of their proposal of interstate medical licensure compact (Compact) language. The language provides a framework for a new licensing option…

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FDA says it is seeking demonstration projects to analyze how electronic health records with electronic data capture capabilities could bolster clinical research. According to the agency, a process using standards-based technology could eliminate duplication of data and improve quality, among other things. FierceEMR et al. [...]
Wed, Jul 01, 2015
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Under a recent CMS rule change, eligible hospitals participating in the Medicare meaningful use program for the first time will be able to attest starting this summer. Previously, such participants had been required to wait until January 2016 to attest to the program. AHA News et al. [...]
Wed, Jul 01, 2015
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CMS has published payment data for more than 600,000 physicians and 1,100 hospitals in 2014 to its Open Payments database, marking the first time such data has been released for an entire year. The data show providers received $6.49 billion in payments from drugmakers and medical device manufacturers in 2014. Wall Street Journal et al. [...]
Wed, Jul 01, 2015
Source: iHealthBeats Headlines