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October 22, 2014
Marc Perlman

Front and center... again

Talk of interoperability was everywhere during National Health IT Week last month, but it seems that it's still nowhere to be found.
November 05, 2014
Erin McCann

The exchange and big data: Intimately intertwined

You want genomic analysis and big data to take off? Don't count on it until interoperability becomes more than just a plan tossed about in federal HIT policy meetings.
July 07, 2016
Fiona McDonald-Crowley

The Journey to EMR Adoption: Persistence Pays Off

Clinical adoption of electronic medical record (EMR) systems is one of the biggest challenges faced by the heads of hospitals and hospital groups embarking on the journey from paper to electronic records and interoperability.
September 03, 2014
Mike Miliard

Interoperability supply and demand

When Micky Tripathi and David McCallie deliver their draft recommendations to the Health IT Policy Committee today, they'll have some pointed things to say about the JASON report, and its ideas about the state of nationwide interoperability.
October 15, 2014
Tom Sullivan

Should we celebrate exchange progress?

Despite all the backlash and criticism, there is evidence that health information is moving. And now industry luminaries are urging ONC committee members to add a more positive bent to the interoperability discussion.
November 05, 2014
Erin McCann

The exchange and big data: Intimately intertwined

You want genomic analysis and big data to take off? Don't count on it until interoperability becomes more than just a plan tossed about in federal HIT policy meetings.
April 03, 2014
Anthony Brino

At a crossroads

In the five years since the HITECH Act brought funding for public health information exchanges, the technology and the organizations that offer it have seen a varied evolution. Today, HIE as a whole is at a crossroads, with much of the public funding running out, but health data exchange services are more important than ever.
April 09, 2014
Fay Rozovsky

Mitigating 'meaningful consent' risks

The expansion of EHRs has resulted in healthcare organizations compiling more protected health information than ever before. At the same time, HIEs are facilitating access to that information from provider to provider. Consequently, release-of-information authorizations have dramatically expanded in both scope and complexity.
September 25, 2016
Todd Winey

IoT in Healthcare Is Really the Internet of Patients (IoP)

But lost in the data rush and technology obsession is a simple fact: The IoHT is really the IoP – the Internet of Patients. And for the IoHT to succeed, we need to shift our focus from simply “smart things” to start “thinking smart” about patients and their data. Patient-generated healthcare data (PGHD) is not just another acronym for a data source; it’s a person.
September 26, 2018
Chris Nerney

Market for healthcare IoT to see strong growth, report predicts

ResearchAndMarkets.com forecasts 31.1 percent CAGR for global Internet of Things in healthcare through 2024.

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