Hot Damn, Healthcare Is On FHIR!

Electronic Health Reporter

The healthcare technology world is ablaze, on FHIR. Specifically, in large part through a structure known as FHIR. This “FHIR” the market is speaking […]. The article Hot Damn, Healthcare Is On FHIR! This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. By Scott E. Rupp, publisher, Electronic Health Reporter.

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Healthcare’s Most Innovative Companies of 2020: Innovaccer

Electronic Health Reporter

Innovaccer is a healthcare technology company pioneering the Data Activation Platform that’s helping the industry realize the promise of value-based care. Innovaccer’s integration & analysis engine activates healthcare data, cleaning, aggregating and delivering insights at […]. The article Healthcare’s Most Innovative Companies of 2020: Innovaccer appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com.

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HL7 Standards: The Implementation Process, Unique Challenges, and Solutions

Redox

Within healthcare, there’s a single organization that sets the standards for most clinical data. Today, the organization has more than 1,600 members from over 50 countries, including healthcare providers, government officials, payers, vendors, and others with a vested interest in the healthcare industry. FHIR has similar problems to HL7 in that the content communicated using FHIR is still highly variable and specific to each health system.

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Impractical or Inadequate: Is Your Virtual Care Solution Good Enough?

GlobalMed

But not all telehealth solutions are equal – and in their haste to reach patients safely, many healthcare organizations have adopted a simplified video connector that puts their business and patients at risk. Let’s say it clearly: in healthcare, data is just another word for insight.

More Short Takes at #HIMSS18 – Harlow On Healthcare

Health Blawg

While at the HIMSS annual conference this year I spoke with many healthcare technology company leaders. This selection focuses on collecting and understanding data, using it to create information that can be used to improve health and healthcare. Aprima belongs to CommonWell, has done some FHIR development, and Michael would like to see Congress condition Medicare reimbursement on real interoperability.

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More Short Takes at #HIMSS18 – Harlow On Healthcare

Health Blawg

While at the HIMSS annual conference this year I spoke with many healthcare technology company leaders. This selection focuses on collecting and understanding data, using it to create information that can be used to improve health and healthcare. Aprima belongs to CommonWell, has done some FHIR development, and Michael would like to see Congress condition Medicare reimbursement on real interoperability.

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More Short Takes at #HIMSS18 – Harlow On Healthcare

Health Blawg

While at the HIMSS annual conference this year I spoke with many healthcare technology company leaders. This selection focuses on collecting and understanding data, using it to create information that can be used to improve health and healthcare. Aprima belongs to CommonWell, has done some FHIR development, and Michael would like to see Congress condition Medicare reimbursement on real interoperability.

More Short Takes at #HIMSS18 – Harlow On Healthcare

Health Blawg

While at the HIMSS annual conference this year I spoke with many healthcare technology company leaders. This selection focuses on collecting and understanding data, using it to create information that can be used to improve health and healthcare. Aprima belongs to CommonWell, has done some FHIR development, and Michael would like to see Congress condition Medicare reimbursement on real interoperability.

Maturing Collaborative Culture Drives Analytics and Experience

Perficient

As this plays out across healthcare, it has a number of specific impacts. First, the importance and demand for API and microservices capabilities, and for healthcare-specific capabilities in FHIR, will continue to expand rapidly. Demand will outpace supply in this regard for some time, but healthcare technology has a habit of right-sizing quickly.). Much has been made of the “creepiness” factor in personalized healthcare interactions (for example, a family.