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Four Lessons in Project Management from Healthcare.gov

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The Obama administration claims that roughly 6 million people have signed up for a healthcare plan under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the highly controversial law. Administration officials had originally hoped for 7 million signups by March 31, the deadline for those who want healthcare coverage in 2014. But those officials aren’t conceding defeat over the lower signup figure; instead, they’re attempting to cast it as a strong rebound from Healthcare.gov’s disastrous rollout last October. Click here to find more… continue…

Sample Resume: Healthcare IT Compliance and Security Officer

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William Chan,CISSP, CPHIT, CPHIE Minneapolis, Minn. 00000 ♦ 000.555.1212 ♦ wchan@email.com Healthcare IT Compliance and Security Officer History of fostering credibility, independence, integrity, confidentiality and trust with patients, healthcare providers, employees and administrators and nurturing a culture of compliance by leveraging in-depth knowledge of HIPAA, regulatory and legal standards, risk and compliance control and hands-on experience with security and architecture of infrastructure systems. Qualifications Summary Won back constituent trust by performing rigorous security risk assessments and utilizing ISO 27001/27002 as… continue…

Nintendo: Healthcare Provider?

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Nintendo may attempt to “gamify” healthcare as a way of expanding beyond its core business. continue…

White House Dismissing Key Healthcare.gov Contractor: Report

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According to The Washington Post, CGI Federal won’t have its contract renewed. continue…

Healthcare IT’s Achilles’ Heel: Sensors

Fitbit, FuelBand, and ingestible sensors aren’t quite enough to support researchers’ grandiose dreams for healthcare IT. continue…

How Much Is Oracle to Blame for Healthcare IT Woes?

While Oracle isn’t responsible for Healthcare.gov’s major problems, a report blames the tech titan for issues with the Oregon health exchange. continue…

Fla. Healthcare Integrator iSirona to Add 300 Jobs

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Healthcare technology integration specialist iSirona plans a $2.25 million expansion at its Panama City, Fla., headquarters that will add a total of 300 new jobs over the next three years. Since the end of 2012, the company has grown from 31 employees to more than 180. The new positions are expected to be primarily in software development, though there will be others in program management and support. Overall, the new jobs will pay an average of $50,000. Sixty five of… continue…

Can Healthcare.gov Fix Itself by November’s End?

Problems with the Website’s IT infrastructure are reportedly proving difficult to solve. continue…

One Month Later, Healthcare.gov Still a Disaster

It’s reached the point where at least one government official tasked with overseeing the Website has resigned. continue…

Wearable Electronics Could Spark Healthcare IT Concerns

Watches and bracelets feeding tons of healthcare data to the cloud could raise questions about privacy and security. continue…