Health Information Exchange (HIE)
11:55 am January 27, 2020
The ONC final rules on interoperability and patient access are expected soon, and Sequoia's info blocking workgroup seeks to help organizations prepare for compliance.
11:48 am January 24, 2020
The executive director of research at the cloud IT giant describes what CIOs and other healthcare leaders should be looking for at the global conference in March.
02:02 pm January 21, 2020
A Regenstrief informatics expert will show at HIMSS20 how the Indiana Network for Population Health is evolving as "novel data infrastructure" to address the root conditions for better health.
12:50 pm January 16, 2020
Vendors offer their perspective on the opportunities and challenges for healthcare data exchange in the year ahead.
03:12 pm December 04, 2019
Available on the AWS Marketplace, the new Interoperability Land offers a platform to develop and test different versions of DSTU3, STU3, R4 FHIR, SMART on FHIR and other standards.
03:51 pm November 26, 2019
By investing in R&D for the HL7 spec, the National Institutes of Health can boost the utility of EHR data for research, and encourage other clinical innovations, the informatics group says.
03:06 pm November 13, 2019
Indiana Health Information Exchange and Michiana Health Information Network will merge in 2020, at which point all MHIN employees will become IHIE employees, with offices in Indianapolis and South Bend.
01:52 pm November 05, 2019
The number of healthcare organizations served by DirectTrust health information service providers and engaged in Direct exchange was up nearly 75% in Q3. New members include Konica Minolta and the Social Security Administration.
03:42 pm October 23, 2019
They'll create and update new standards, profiles and implementation guides, helping to transition to more modern APIs that make it easier to exchange data securely via smartphone.
04:15 pm September 23, 2019
An alphabet soup of healthcare stakeholders, including AHIMA, CHIME, MGMA and others, want the Senate HELP Committee to ensure the proposed regs serve the "needs of patients and those who deliver their care."