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Parents are saving for their children's educations, but one in four says he plans to use retirement funding.
Montgomery and Fairfax counties were not the only area school systems to see gains.
Enrollments are up in Northern Virginia's school systems.
"The parents are excited when they come in because they're learning Chinese, and their kids taught them," said Rick Brainerd, a Latin and Ancient Greek teacher at Catoctin High School.
You know your neighbors are smart. A new analysis of education in the top 100 metro areas confirms it.
One Montgomery County group has an idea about how to reduce childhood obesity while teaching kids valuable skills: grow gardens.
Data.edu.gov is part of the Obama Administration's Open Government Initiative.
Federal CIO Vivek Kundra says there are $27 billion in IT projects that are troubled. The administration will issue a new strategy to expand the use of TechStat review sessions. Agencies also are feeling the heat to review all IT projects before they submit their 2012 budgets to OMB.
Kitty Wooley is a Management and Program Analyst at the Department of Education and tells us more about her blog.
The new mandated International Classification of Diseases, 10th edition (ICD-10) must be implemented by October 1, 2013. ICD-10—a complete replacement of the ICD-9 code sets used to report healthcare diagnoses and procedures—will affect all segments of the healthcare industry, including providers, clearinghouses and health plans, as well as government agencies.
ICD-10, however, is more than an IT effort. It is a regulation that has a large impact on policies, business operations, clinical processes, and healthcare outcomes research. Preparing for ICD-10 will require an organization-wide approach and an understanding of all the areas impacted by its adoption.
Noblis—a nonprofit science, technology and strategy organization with a proven record of success working on ICD-10—is pleased to facilitate a panel discussion to exchange information and ideas among key public and private sector stakeholders. Together, the panel experts will discuss the risks and opportunities of the ICD-10 transition, what their organizations are doing now to get started, and where ICD-10 fits compared to other large initiatives.
Tags: technology , healthcare , Robert J. Clerman , Noblis , Noblis Insights Panel , Todd Couts , health , Jacqueline Gibbons , Northern Virginia Community College , Marcia L. Insley , Sonja Racke , National Government Services , ICD-10