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Breakthroughs in Connected Care
The changes underway now in healthcare (e.g. ACOs, PCMH) will require unprecedented levels of connectivity and interoperability among applications, and advanced analytics to draw insights from all the data. Watch this video on the need for a strategic healthcare informatics platform, and how it can help your organization meet these challenges. Read More >

Using Health Information Exchange to Solve Financial, Outreach, and Strategic Challenges

HIE efforts are seeking the right approaches to dealing with the financial, strategic and outreach challenges associated with interoperability. Choosing the right healthcare informatics platform is quickly becoming a strategic decision. In the webinar, Ken Kleinberg, Senior Research Director at The Advisory Board Company, and Dominick Bizzarro, HealthShare Business Manager at InterSystems present market research and case studies that will help you focus on the best approaches to overcome these challenges. Watch Now >

 

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Architecture

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Many top tech companies are expanding their healthcare IT offerings. For instance, chip maker AMD has partnered with Siemens and MedicAlert Foundation to develop a system that lets doctors and nurses know the entire medical history of a patient in real time. Read more
Channel: architecture
Source: eWeek
Date: Dec 31, 1969
What does it take to set up a regional health information exchange? Answer: Flexibility. After flexibility, privacy and sustainability should be at the top of the list of issues to address. Read more
Channel: architecture
Source: Healthcare IT News
Date: Dec 31, 1969
Congress is investigating the problems and the lack of healthcare for injured soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. One of the issues is the lack of interoperability between the two electronic medical record systems. Read more
Channel: architecture
Source: U.S. Medicine
Date: Dec 31, 1969
The Pennsylvania Mountains Healthcare Alliance, a 12-hospital network serving Western Pennsylvania, has selected Alpha Systems to help it transition from paper to an electronic medical record system. Alpha Systems formats data in a standard, open systems method, which will allow hospitals to transition their data to any health information system or participate in regional health information organizations. Read more
Channel: architecture
Source: Business Wire
Date: Dec 31, 1969
U.S. House Committee on Science and Technology Chairman Bart Gordon has introduced H.R. 2406, which would authorize the National Institute of Standards and Technology to create guidelines and mechanisms to promote the integration of the healthcare information technologies. Read more
Channel: architecture
Source: Government Technology
Date: Dec 31, 1969
Some suggest that continuity of care records may be the best business model for providing interoperability to regional health information organizations. Read more
Channel: architecture
Source: Digital Healthcare & Productivity.com
Date: Dec 31, 1969
Catholic Healthcare West, the eighth largest hospital system in the nation and the largest not-for-profit hospital provider in California, has implemented a Web-based application that lets clinicians access integrated patient information. CareFx and IBM have partnered on the technology that is based on service-oriented architecture. Read more
Channel: architecture
Source: CareFx Corp. press release
Date: Dec 31, 1969
U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island announced his intention to file three bills focusing on healthcare. The National Health Information Technology and Privacy Advancement Act, one of the bills, would create a private, not-for-profit corporation to build a nationwide system to electronically connect doctors, hospitals and pharmacies. Read more
Channel: architecture
Source: The Providence Journal (registration required)
Date: Dec 31, 1969
The 23rd annual Towards the Electronic Patient Record (TEPR) conference moved into full gear Monday, May 21, with an opening session that discussed the need to integrate behavioral healthcare with primary care, one doctor's success in adopting an electronic medical records for his solo practice, and an impassioned plea from a nationally known author to spend more money on healthcare IT. Read more
Channel: architecture
Source: Healthcare IT News
Date: Dec 31, 1969
Despite the growing popularity of personal health records, some physicians worry that PHRs data overload and legal liabilities. One physician said that creating PHR data standards should help solve workflow and data-management problems Read more
Channel: architecture
Source: Modern Healthcare Online
Date: Dec 31, 1969
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