As the number of hospital IT systems balloons into what's virtually uncountable, the need-and challenges-for interoperability has never been greater. In this video recorded at HIMSS17, Dr. Leftwich explores the future of real-time connectivity.
Learn how a user-friendly patient portal, based on comprehensive HIE data, helps improve care and the experience of care for patients and their families. The Hixny RHIO's secure, user-friendly patient portal, "Hixny For You", allows patients to view, download, and transmit their own medical records.
Hixny leverages HIE and a patient engagement platform to help providers and patients connect and coordinate care.
For the last several years, Foothold Technology has participated in the InterSystems Global Summit, where leaders convene to discuss and learn how to tackle healthcare and IT challenges.
This Silicon Valley company could revolutionize health insurance for self-insured employers. Read "Collective Health: Re-defining health insurance through technology and design".
Watch this video to learn how London-based Coordinate My Care (CMC) has improved the urgent care process by making sure patient wishes for end-of-life are heard by everyone on the care team.
A well-designed eHealth strategy is a critical element of the effort to design sustainable healthcare models for the future. Read "Creating Sustainable 21st Century Health Systems: eHealth and Health Information Technology" for background and tips on moving forward.
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In most risk-sharing agreements neither health plans nor providers have the full picture about each patient. And there is often no efficient mechanism for delivering information to clinical decision-makers in time to optimize care delivery. Read our white paper to learn how to enhance collaboration and manage risk through information sharing.
The demands on healthcare IT are changing so rapidly that the traditional means of sharing data among clinical applications – the HL7 interface engine – can't keep pace. Instead, healthcare organizations are turning to a healthcare-specific enterprise service bus to keep pace with these changes and prepare for future interoperability and care coordination challenges. Read our white paper to help inform your decisions during this transition.