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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.
October 29, 2014
Mike Miliard

Is the post-EHR era here?

When announcing his company's seismic $1.3 billion acquisition of Siemens Health Services this past summer, Cerner CEO Neal Patterson noted the deal was meant, in part, to help the electronic health record giant chart a course for the "post-meaningful use" era.
October 22, 2014
Marc Perlman, Oracle Healthcare and Life Sciences

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.
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.
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.
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.
October 08, 2014
John Halamka, MD

The standards work ahead

On Oct. 15, the Policy Committee and Standards Committee will meet to review the draft interoperability roadmap that will guide our work in the post-meaningful use era.
October 01, 2014
Mike Miliard

Poor interoperability, exchange hinders ACOs

Most accountable care organizations have health information technology in place to improve quality and lower costs, but many say difficulties with data exchange are keeping them from reaching their potential.
October 01, 2014
Mike Miliard

Poor interoperability, exchange hinders ACOs

Most accountable care organizations have health information technology in place to improve quality and lower costs, but many say difficulties with data exchange are keeping them from reaching their potential.
September 24, 2014
Charlotte Hovet, MD

Integrated care needs comprehensive exchange

The new payment models in the healthcare marketplace all provide incentives for coordinated care as a means of improving outcomes and lowering costs, especially for chronic diseases. As a consequence, 2014 looks to be the year of the health information exchange.

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