WASHINGTON DC USA -- HIT/HIPAA UPDATE NEWS SERVICE(TM) -- FEBRUARY 21, 2006: A new weekly e-newsletter will bring the latest information on how information and information technology is transforming health and healthcare. This new service will deliver news straight to the desktops of subscribers - beginning this week!
On Thursday, February 23 the eHealth Initiative* will launch a FREE weekly e-mail news service that will be essential reading for professionals interested in driving improvement in healthcare. eHI SmartBrief will be an important tool in keeping those inside and outside the beltway informed about how HIT is being leveraged throughout the U.S and around the globe to support care transformation, patient safety and health care quality. eHI SmartBrief editors will track work from Alaska to Massachusetts - from England to Australia!
Every Thursday eHI SmartBrief will deliver:
- Summaries of stories-of-the-week that matter, culled from hundreds of sources
- News from Capitol Hill that affects healthcare IT and care transformation
- News about how information and information technology is transforming health and healthcare
- Updates on innovative strategies used by providers, plans, employers, regions and communities to improve healthcare through IT
- Important work in support of health information exchange (HIE) occurring in communities throughout the United States and at the international level
- Need-to-know information, handpicked by our editorial staff.
eHI SmartBrief editors spend hours finding news vital to your job so you don't have to. It's bottom-line reading for you and your colleagues in health information exchange.
As a Health Care Update News Service subscriber, eHI is pleased to offer you a sneak preview of eHI SmartBrief.
And before it goes public, you should sign up today so you don't miss a single issue.
eHI would be honored to have you as a charter subscriber of eHI SmartBrief. Remember, it's FREE.
*The eHealth Initiative is an independent, non-profit organization whose mission is to drive improvement in the quality, safety, and efficiency of healthcare through information and information technology.