AMIA members lead authorship of content on global e-health Five articles.

AMIA members lead authorship of content on global e-health Five articles, whose lead or senior authors are nationally known informatics leaders and users of the American Medical Informatics Association , appear in the Feb. 2010 issue of Health Affairs and provide a glimpse into the future of health care delivery within an increasingly information-driven era of healthcare in the developing world. These articles describe the critical part that information technology, and the health informatics work force will play in achieving overall health improvements globally over the counter . The articles further reflect innovative plan initiatives AMIA and its own membership now have underway on a worldwide scale: Enhancing ‘M-Health’ With South-To-South Collaborations, authored by AMIA Members Walter H.

AMGA commends Senator for ensuring EMR incentive obligations for medical groups The American Medical Group Association applauds Senator Debbie Stabenow on her behalf efforts to assure fairness in payment of electronic medical record incentive payments under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 . Popularly referred to as the ‘stimulus costs,’ ARRA included incentive payments made to stimulate widespread adoption of EMRs and to reward medical organizations and other providers that were early adopters of the technology.