In the News

Accountable Care
 

HIMSS HIE Toolkit, July 2011 - “Employers Leveraging the ACO Model”

Electronic Health Records 

Journal of AHIMA – May 2008 – Barbara Cox is interviewed in the Journal of the American Health Information Management Association.

Advance for Health Information Executives – March 2008 – Barbara Cox discusses the advantages of the Health Record Banking model. Click here for details.

Journal of Healthcare Information Management (JHIM) – April 2008 – Barbara Cox speaks on how consumers feel about the electronic health record. Her information primarily stems from the research conducted with the Louisville Health Information Exchange.

Noblis Press Release – February 2008 – Barbara Cox and Alan Dowling, Phd discuss consumer choice with the Health Record Banking option. Click here for details.

Personal Health Records
 
HIMSS HIE Toolkit, July 2011 - “PHR and the Issue of Patients Altering Professionally-Sourced Data”
                                                     “PHR and the Underserved Population"
 

Advance for Healthcare Professionals – September 2008 – Barbara Cox discusses that consumers still don’t have choices with the new PHR platforms available. http://health-information.advanceweb.com/Article/Will-Consumers-Really-Have-a-Choice.aspx Click here for details.

St. Louis Business Journal – October 2008 – Lynn Eckendorf speaks about the popularity of Personal Health Records. Click here for details.

Health Information Exchanges

Business First - December 2008 – Barbara Cox discusses a vendor selection strategy used to help the Louisville Health Information Exchange select a core business vendor for its health record bank. Click here for details.

Hospitals and Health Networks and Health Care’s Most Wired – July 2008 – Barbara Cox speaks about the trust element when working with consumers regarding their personal health related data. Click here for details.

Health Management Technology – May 2008 – Barbara Cox discusses blending US Healthcare with Canada and how consumers would benefit. Click here for details.

HIMSS RHIO Connection – March 2008 – Barbara Cox and Alan Dowling, Phd speak out on the Health Record Banking model providing an option for consumers. Click here for details.

Health Data Management – February 2008 – Barbara Cox and Alan Dowling, Phd aid the Louisville community in developing the research and business plan. Click here for details.

HIMSS Daily Insider – February 2008 – Barbara Cox talks about the need for consumer research when starting a health information exchange. Click here for details.

Noblis Press Release - August, 2007 – Barbara Cox and Alan Dowling, PhD kick off the research for the Louisville Health Information Exchange. Click here for details.

Medical Identity Theft

Government Health IT – Sept 2008 – Barbara Cox discusses the concerns about medical identity theft since more records are available online. Click here for details.

Medical Tourism

Medical Travel Today - February 2008 - Barbara Cox speaks out about the emerging trend towards medical tourism and the consequences to the US health system. Click here for details.

Emergency Room Automation

Health Data Management – August 2008 – Barbara Cox discusses the evolution of the vendor market place to offer tools that enable the emergency rooms of the future. Click here for details.

HIT Planning

Health Data Management – August 2008 – Barbara Cox discusses the pros and cons of being a beta test site for vendor partners. Click here for details.

Health Data Management – June 2008 – Barbara Cox discusses changes in the health plans / payer IT investments in personal health records and other advancements. Click here for details.

Health Data Management - December 2007 - Barbara Cox speaks out on ROI analysis and how it should be taken more seriously in the market. Click here for details.

Other news worthy items

Healthcare Informatics – March 2008 – Barbara Cox is appointed HIMSS Special Interest Co-Chair. Click here for details.

HIMSS HIE Workgroups – 2009 – Barbara Cox is chair of the providers workgroup. Click here for details.