Tony Schueth Info

Anthony J (Tony) Schueth is a columnist for HealthTechZone. A 24-year healthcare veteran, Mr. Schueth has spent the last 19 years working to bring information to stakeholders in the point-of-care. He is considered an expert in health information technology (HIT), in general, and one of the nation’s foremost experts in electronic prescribing, in particular. Within HIT, he follows and writes about infrastructure for accountable care organizations, patient-centered medical and pharmacy homes, health information exchanges (HIEs), medication adherence, medication reconciliation, electronic health records, mobile health, care communications, patient engagement and telehealth. He currently serves as editor-in-chief of HIT Perspectives, a newsletter dedicated to more than 1,500 health information technology executives and Perspectives in HIT, a blog with a similar audience. Both publications aspire to analyze the impact of newsworthy HIT-related events to key stakeholders. He has a Master of Science in integrated marketing communications from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Latest Articles

02/22/2021 Six Under-the-Radar Trends You Should be Thinking About in 2021
02/19/2021 Health IT Under a Biden Administration: Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution?
10/28/2020 Achieving Patient-Specific Price Transparency by Unlocking EHR Data
05/18/2020 Health IT's Burgeoning Role in Fighting COVID-19
03/20/2020 Seven Trends Driving Health IT Innovation in 2020
09/30/2019 Health IT Drivers Advancing Industry Use of Electronic Prior Authorization
04/03/2019 HIMSS 2019 Focused On Real-World Efforts to Improve Patient Journey
01/14/2019 Health IT Solutions Connecting Patients With the Costs of Their Medications
11/05/2018 Electronic Prescribing Moving Toward Optimization
11/01/2018 Six Interoperability Trends That Demonstrate Value
07/31/2018 Electronic Prescribing Moving Toward Optimization
05/04/2018 10 Takeaways From HIMSS18
04/03/2018 Three Factors Contributing to Lagging Provider Adoption of EPCS
12/19/2017 Following What the Doctor Ordered: Addressing Medication Noncompliance
11/30/2017 The Impact of New, Nonproprietary Naming Convention for Biologics and Biosimilars: 7 Key Findings
11/03/2017 Automating Enrollment for Specialty Prescriptions
10/18/2017 Interoperability and Standards Will Be Areas of Focus Through Year End
09/26/2017 Five Health IT, Opioid-Related Trends Impacting Electronic Health Records
07/14/2017 Why Population Health Management Should Matter to Pharmaceutical Manufacturers
06/23/2017 What's Ahead for Health IT at the Federal Level?
05/10/2017 Stakeholder Impacts of the AMA's Prior Authorization Reform Proposal
04/21/2017 FHIR Sets the Stage for Targeted Applications for Payers and Providers
04/07/2017 Eight Takeaways from HIMSS 2017
03/22/2017 PDMPs Fight Against the Opioid Epidemic
03/06/2017 What the 21st Century Cures Act Means for Health IT
02/22/2017 10 Healthcare Trends to Watch in 2017
11/23/2016 Reading the Tea Leaves: What Lies Ahead for Health IT in the Trump Administration?
11/18/2016 Working Smarter, Not Harder: Helping Clinicians Optimize Use of EHRs
11/16/2016 Taking e-Prescribing to the Next Level with the Structured and Codified Sig
11/09/2016 A National Patient Identifier: An Idea That's Time Has Come Again
10/05/2016 Using Health Information Technology to Improve Patient Engagement
09/22/2016 Taking Electronic Prior Authorization to the Next Level
07/05/2016 Real-Time Benefit Inquiry: A New Kind of Clinical Decision Support
06/21/2016 Top 10 Themes at Health Datapalooza 2016
06/16/2016 New Proposed Regulation Rebrands and Retools Meaningful Use
04/18/2016 Integrating EHRs and PDMPs: How Vendors Can Get Ahead of the Curve
04/13/2016 Alerting Prescribers for Biosimilar Substitution to Protect Patient Safety
04/11/2016 Top 10 Trends at HIMSS16
03/21/2016 Meaningful Use: Not Entirely Gone But Certainly Not Forgotten
03/02/2016 Top Ten Health IT Trends for 2016
12/03/2015 MGMA Meeting Reveals Five Trends Affecting Physician Practices
11/24/2015 Four Sets of Federal Guidance You Should Know if You're in Health IT
11/12/2015 Taking Clinical Decision Support to the Next Level: A Standards-Based Approach
09/17/2015 Paving the Way for Specialty E-Prescribing
07/01/2015 DERF-a-Palooza at May NCPDP Meeting Yields Results
06/22/2015 Surescripts Issues 2014 National Progress Report
06/19/2015 Information Blocking: A Hot Potato in Washington
05/14/2015 Meaningful Use Stage 3: What Does It Mean for EHR Vendors?
05/07/2015 HIMSS15: On FHIR and 6 Other Key Takeaways
03/04/2015 Exciting Changes Ahead in 2015 for HealthIT
02/27/2015 At Last! A Compelling Business Case for Interoperability
01/26/2015 Biosimilars: Building a Better Technology Mousetrap
01/23/2015 How EHR Vendors Are Making Productive Use of Regulatory Downtime
12/22/2014 Interoperability: The Glass is More than Half Full
10/16/2014 What's Next for EHR Market Consolidation?
07/30/2014 Deciphering the Mystery of Population Health Management
07/30/2014 Surescripts Stats Show ePrescribing Rounds Third Base
05/12/2014 Reading the Tea Leaves: Prior Authorization for Advanced Imaging Services Is in Our Future
04/17/2014 What's Next for Meaningful Use?
04/11/2014 Top 10 Takeaways from HIMSS 2014
01/10/2014 How to Gain Traction for ePrescribing for Specialty Medications
10/25/2013 ACA Insurance Exchange Plans Lack Appeal to Physician Practices for Time Being
07/17/2013 Money Talks: Federal Incentives Confirmed to Spur ePrescribing Adoption
07/12/2013 Leveraging HIT to Improve Specialty Medication Processes
05/06/2013 Surescripts Issues ePrescribing Statistics and Safe-Rx Rankings for 2012
04/15/2013 Seven Key HIT Takeaways from HIMSS 2013
02/06/2013 Top Ten Under-the-Radar Healthcare Trends for 2013
12/21/2012 Implementing the ACA with HIT
08/01/2012 Supreme Court Ruling on the ACA: Momentum Plus Opportunities for HIT