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Harrison Cotler

Is Learning the Science of Medicine Enough?

by Harrison Cotler, med student

“Why a career in medicine?”

March 07, 2014|Categories: Healthcare Policy and Reform, mHealth

Kyle Armbrester

5 Keys to Capitalizing on an Expanding Health Care Market

by Kyle Armbrester, VP of Business Development

Just like the tide, the Venture Capital (VC) market ebbs and flows. It’s not nearly as predictable, but there certainly are signs that a “high tide” of funding is upon us. Nearly half a billion dollars was raised in VC funding for health information technology (HIT) in just the first quarter of 2013.

July 02, 2013|Categories: More Disruption Please

Kyle Armbrester

Browse, Shop and Get Connected: Introducing the athenahealth Marketplace

by Kyle Armbrester, VP of Business Development

We’ve all experienced it. That rewarding feeling you get right after purchasing a cool new app from the Apple App Store or that must-have item from At athenahealth, that feeling begs the question: Why can’t we all have that same thrill of shopping in health care?

April 24, 2013|Categories: More Disruption Please

Dan Haley

HIMSS13: Long Walks, Tiring Repetition and Meaningful Use News

by Dan Haley, SVP and General Counsel

While walking the mile-long (literally) HIMSS main exhibit hall two weeks ago in New Orleans, I found it hard to avoid the conclusion that our industry is running out of words. Booth after booth, company after company, virtually everyone’s catchy slogan is a variant of someone else’s catchy slogan. Everybody is enabling something or empowering someone. Put it this way: If an attendee took a sip of beer at each appearance of the word “innovation,” he or she would be unconscious on the floor barely a quarter of the way through the hall.

March 18, 2013|Categories: Cloud Services, Healthcare Policy and Reform, Meaningful Use

Rob Cosinuke

Epocrates and athenahealth: Better Together

by Rob Cosinuke, Chief Marketing Officer

More than one person has described the joining together of athenahealth and Epocrates as a perfect marriage.

March 11, 2013|Categories: mHealth

Jonathan Bush

Finding Common Ground with CommonWell... and a Code

by Jonathan Bush, President & CEO

Today, we’re taking two more steps toward our vision of building the nation’s health information backbone: athenahealth is proposing a Code of Conduct for the health IT industry and announcing our agreement to play a leadership role in the newly formed CommonWell Health Alliance.

March 04, 2013|Categories: Interoperability

Todd Rothenhaus

Bringing Action to Your Network Data: Introducing athenaClarity

by Todd Rothenhaus, MD, Chief Medical Officer

Just last week, athenahealth announced the launch of the newest member of our suite of EHR, practice management and care coordination solutions, athenaClarity. This comprehensive cloud-based service helps our clients manage their network of physicians and populations of patients,...

February 28, 2013|Categories: Care Coordination

Kyle Armbrester

How To Be Disruptive in Health Care IT: The Smart Scheduling Story

by Kyle Armbrester, VP of Business Development

What's the best way to disrupt the status quo in health care IT? Make some noise!

That’s exactly what four MIT engineers did to share their product, one that improves an important element of management. And today, they’re working with us at athenahealth to pilot that product to one of our largest clients.

February 27, 2013|Categories: More Disruption Please, Practice Management

Kyle Armbrester

Open Collaboration, Open Platforms: The Keys to Interoperability

by Kyle Armbrester, VP of Business Development

The past year has been an exciting one here at athenahealth as we discover and engage with new companies, day in and day out, at our offices and on the road.

February 15, 2013|Categories: More Disruption Please

Dan Haley

Focus Incentives and Enable EHR Interoperability

by Dan Haley, SVP and General Counsel

As "> by Anthony Brino, researchers Arthur Kellerman, MD, and Spencer Jones at RAND Corporation recently blamed the maddeningly slow progress of electronic health record (">

January 16, 2013|Categories: All Things EMR, Interoperability, Meaningful Use

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