Industry Voices—How COVID-19 accelerated interoperable healthcare technology

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Behavioral Healthcare Technology Drives New Way To Fix The Need For A Fix

Electronic Health Reporter

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The Future of Healthcare Is Innovation, Not Excel Sheets and Check Boxes

Electronic Health Reporter

healthcare is nowhere near what technology made us dream of a decade back. Healthcare technology was meant to act as a means of reducing costs, eliminating burnout, and making care delivery patient-centric. The article The Future of Healthcare Is Innovation, Not Excel Sheets and Check Boxes appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. Editorial Abhinav Shashank AI healthcare technology HIEs Innovaccer interoperability

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What happens when interoperability is solved?

Redox

That story was one of many used at a conference I recently attended to illustrate the real-time experience that healthcare technology is on the brink of bringing to the world. Because my work deals with the intersection of healthcare and technology, you might not be surprised to find that I think a lot about the possible unintended consequences of what technology can do. The theme of the conference was 2025: A Healthcare Odyssey – The Journey to a New Tomorrow.

Five Steps to Picking the Right Partner to Succeed in Value-Based Care Delivery

Mobile Health Matters

This maxim holds true for technology: some tech offers a helpful long-range purpose, while some is little more than a passing fad. Technology that solves a problem tends to stick around. When considering what solution and vendor to implement across a health system, avoid choosing technology for its own sake. That understanding, in turn, can help define the key characteristics you are seeking in technology.

The Value of Connected Healthcare

Electronic Health Reporter

By Susan DeCathelineau, vice president of global healthcare sales and services, Hyland Healthcare. Healthcare interoperability continues to be a critical topic facing healthcare technology leaders. There’s no question that achieving true healthcare interoperability is key to moving the industry forward by enabling the type of information exchange that can streamline workflows, inform clinical decision making […].

Best Health Technologies In 2019 That Executives Should Look Into

Electronic Health Reporter

Healthcare technology is advancing quickly and this is precisely why executives need to be aware of all new technologies that can make their healthcare organisation more efficient and more impactful. This may seem difficult – staying on top of things and implementing new technologies always is, but […]. The article Best Health Technologies In 2019 That Executives Should Look Into appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com.

Apple, Amazon, Google & Healthcare

Advanced Medical Reviews

Technology has created lanes for many people, businesses and industries to seek and attain enormous progress. The healthcare industry, in particular, has rapidly evolved in recent years through partnering with technological innovators. Many such partnerships have been forged through creative collaborations with companies not traditionally active in healthcare. As major disrupters in the industry, their strengths hold great promise when applied to healthcare.

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Unifying the Healthcare Assembly Line

Mobile Health Matters

healthcare system is actually strong: we have some of the world’s best hospitals and doctors. Think of healthcare as a variety of assembly lines, all located in different warehouses. This shift had two serious consequences: Health systems had to reorganize their workflows to support this foreign technology, rather than the technology advancing care team coordination and improving efficiencies as promised. Technology must help physicians serve the needs of the patient.

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Hot Damn, Healthcare Is On FHIR!

Electronic Health Reporter

The healthcare technology world is ablaze, on FHIR. New proposed standards for interoperability are being established to allow health systems the ability to share information and facilitate patient access to data. 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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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. Deployment : The EHR updates are deployed to the healthcare organizations using those EHRs.

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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 interoperability, the patient matching technology that undergirds aspects of interoperability, and the benefits of these technologies in the development of tools to manage patient journeys in a manner that engages patients, caregivers and providers as partners in care, advancing the quadruple aim.

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 interoperability, the patient matching technology that undergirds aspects of interoperability, and the benefits of these technologies in the development of tools to manage patient journeys in a manner that engages patients, caregivers and providers as partners in care, advancing the quadruple aim.

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 interoperability, the patient matching technology that undergirds aspects of interoperability, and the benefits of these technologies in the development of tools to manage patient journeys in a manner that engages patients, caregivers and providers as partners in care, advancing the quadruple aim.

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 interoperability, the patient matching technology that undergirds aspects of interoperability, and the benefits of these technologies in the development of tools to manage patient journeys in a manner that engages patients, caregivers and providers as partners in care, advancing the quadruple aim.

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 interoperability, the patient matching technology that undergirds aspects of interoperability, and the benefits of these technologies in the development of tools to manage patient journeys in a manner that engages patients, caregivers and providers as partners in care, advancing the quadruple aim.

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 interoperability, the patient matching technology that undergirds aspects of interoperability, and the benefits of these technologies in the development of tools to manage patient journeys in a manner that engages patients, caregivers and providers as partners in care, advancing the quadruple aim.

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 interoperability, the patient matching technology that undergirds aspects of interoperability, and the benefits of these technologies in the development of tools to manage patient journeys in a manner that engages patients, caregivers and providers as partners in care, advancing the quadruple aim.

At #SPM2018, Ivan Handler (with @MightyCasey) Wants to Put the Care Back in Healthcare

Society for Participatory Medicine

One of those presenters is Ivan Handler, principal of insightamation , and former CTO of the Illinois Governor’s Office of Health Information Technology. Ivan is co-presenting “Putting the ‘Care’ Back in Healthcare: Technology-Supported Relationship,” with advocate and writer Casey Quinlan of Mighty Casey Media LLC. His deep knowledge of data has led him to develop innovative ideas to address data privacy, reliability, interoperability, and security.

Hg Capital acquire 75.1% of Orion Health’s Rhapsody business and 24.9% of their Population Health business

Lloyd Price

Today we made an exciting announcement about investments in Orion Health’s Rhapsody and Population Health businesses from Hg, a specialist technology investor with a deep knowledge of the global healthcare technology sector. This investment provides Orion Health with a tremendous opportunity to deliver on our vision for customers, our people and for the healthcare sector. As the healthcare sector evolves, so too has Orion Health.

Ed Marx, Cleveland Clinic CIO – Harlow on Healthcare

Health Blawg

He works to develop leaders and leverage digital healthcare technologies to enable superior business and clinical outcomes. This perspective reinforces a key theme of healthcare innovation and health IT improvement: the technical problems are often easier to solve than the cultural and political problems. Everything doesn’t need to be on the same platform but everything needs to interoperate, communicate, share data. Ed Marx is the CIO of the Cleveland Clinic.

Partners launches expansive 5-year digital health innovation plan

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Partners HealthCare on Thursday announced a new five-year technology initiative designed to drive digital innovation, improve clinical care and enhance the patient experience. Partners HealthCare – which earlier this month announced that it would rebrand, becoming Mass General Brigham – also includes several community and specialty hospitals in addition to its two flagship facilities. Healthcare IT News is a publication of HIMSS Media

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. Michael sees the persisting lack of interoperability as something that harms the patient, harms the provider, and raises cost.

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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. Michael sees the persisting lack of interoperability as something that harms the patient, harms the provider, and raises cost.

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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. Michael sees the persisting lack of interoperability as something that harms the patient, harms the provider, and raises cost.

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. Michael sees the persisting lack of interoperability as something that harms the patient, harms the provider, and raises cost.

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. Michael sees the persisting lack of interoperability as something that harms the patient, harms the provider, and raises cost.

Ed Marx, Cleveland Clinic CIO – Harlow on Healthcare

Health Blawg

He works to develop leaders and leverage digital healthcare technologies to enable superior business and clinical outcomes. This perspective reinforces a key theme of healthcare innovation and health IT improvement: the technical problems are often easier to solve than the cultural and political problems. Everything doesn’t need to be on the same platform but everything needs to interoperate, communicate, share data. Ed Marx is the CIO of the Cleveland Clinic.

Ed Marx, Cleveland Clinic CIO – Harlow on Healthcare

Health Blawg

He works to develop leaders and leverage digital healthcare technologies to enable superior business and clinical outcomes. This perspective reinforces a key theme of healthcare innovation and health IT improvement: the technical problems are often easier to solve than the cultural and political problems. Everything doesn’t need to be on the same platform but everything needs to interoperate, communicate, share data. Ed Marx is the CIO of the Cleveland Clinic.

Ed Marx, Cleveland Clinic CIO – Harlow on Healthcare

Health Blawg

He works to develop leaders and leverage digital healthcare technologies to enable superior business and clinical outcomes. This perspective reinforces a key theme of healthcare innovation and health IT improvement: the technical problems are often easier to solve than the cultural and political problems. Everything doesn’t need to be on the same platform but everything needs to interoperate, communicate, share data. Ed Marx is the CIO of the Cleveland Clinic.

Ed Marx, Cleveland Clinic CIO – Harlow on Healthcare

Health Blawg

He works to develop leaders and leverage digital healthcare technologies to enable superior business and clinical outcomes. This perspective reinforces a key theme of healthcare innovation and health IT improvement: the technical problems are often easier to solve than the cultural and political problems. Everything doesn’t need to be on the same platform but everything needs to interoperate, communicate, share data. Ed Marx is the CIO of the Cleveland Clinic.

Ed Marx, Cleveland Clinic CIO – Harlow on Healthcare

Health Blawg

He works to develop leaders and leverage digital healthcare technologies to enable superior business and clinical outcomes. This perspective reinforces a key theme of healthcare innovation and health IT improvement: the technical problems are often easier to solve than the cultural and political problems. Everything doesn’t need to be on the same platform but everything needs to interoperate, communicate, share data. Ed Marx is the CIO of the Cleveland Clinic.

Ed Marx, Cleveland Clinic CIO – Harlow on Healthcare

Health Blawg

He works to develop leaders and leverage digital healthcare technologies to enable superior business and clinical outcomes. This perspective reinforces a key theme of healthcare innovation and health IT improvement: the technical problems are often easier to solve than the cultural and political problems. Everything doesn’t need to be on the same platform but everything needs to interoperate, communicate, share data. Ed Marx is the CIO of the Cleveland Clinic.

HIStalk Interviews Jeremy Bikman, CEO, Reaction Data

HIStalk Interviews

I’ve spent a long time in healthcare doing research and helping hospitals, clinics, and even the vendor side make better decisions. What are the most-hyped and most-promising healthcare technologies? You would think that in an industry like healthcare, people would be more skeptical because we’re supposedly a more data-driven, evidence-based industry. You ask them to describe its advantages and they end up talking about the technological benefits.

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Maturing Collaborative Culture Drives Analytics and Experience

Perficient

The emerging Salesforce/Cerner relationship is one of many indicators of a new paradigm in the culture of—as much as of the mechanics of—interoperability. 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.