The Department of Veterans Affairs has set a deadline in mid-March 2020 by which it plans to begin the roll out of its new electronic health records system starting at the Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center in Spokane, Washington, according to Federal News Network.

VA hopes to roll out new EHR system at first location in March

The Department of Veterans Affairs has set a deadline in mid-March 2020 by which it plans to begin the roll out of its new electronic health records system starting at the Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center in Spokane, Washington.

Changes to Detroit permitting and inspection applications aim to expedite, simplify process

Detroit seeks to expedite permitting, inspection processes with updates

Following longstanding complaints from Detroit business owners, the city’s building department announced in early December that it had officially changed the permitting and inspection processes required to open an establishment in the Motor City, according to Crane’s Detroit Business.

Study aims to solve emergency in-transport patient data transfer inefficiencies

Study aims to solve emergency patient data transport inefficiencies

As part of a Department of Defense-funded research project, the Nashville Fire Department and Vanderbilt University Medical Center will be working together to test a new sensor-based technology that provides those in hospital emergency departments with real-time health data for incoming patients en route via emergency services.

Schools continue document scanning adoption efforts

Schools continue document scanning adoption efforts

In many parts of the country, school districts and individual schools have been around decades or even centuries, and require significant space to store all those years’ worth of student records and the like.