Health Information Exchange (HIE)

By Kat Jercich 04:28 pm July 28, 2020
Much of the worldwide spending increase on APIs, data integration, analytics and more will be driven by governmental regulations and policy requirements, analysts said.
By Kat Jercich 12:46 pm July 28, 2020
The agency will accept suggestions for new data classes for the United States Core Data for Interoperability, via its new ONDEC system, through Oct. 9.
By Sara Mageit 10:04 am July 10, 2020
The new project will build a global information knowledge platform to help the healthcare industry deliver more efficient care to COVID-19 patients.
Arizona HIE CIO discusses how to get actionable info out of the ‘data dragon’
By Bill Siwicki 11:59 am July 09, 2020
In a HIMSS20 Digital session, Keith Parker highlights the problems inherent in mass amounts of data and walks health IT leaders through making that data work.
By Mike Miliard 11:10 am July 07, 2020
The report offers best practices and advice – around software, data-governance, legal and ethical considerations and more – for four key research areas: clinical data, omics practices, epidemiology and social sciences.
By Dean Koh 02:59 am June 22, 2020
“We need the integration of traditional healthcare and digital healthcare … integrate public and private sectors together, so we can solve problems more effectively,” said Dr Surangkana Techapaitoon, deputy CEO of Samitivej and BNH Group of Hospitals.
By Mike Miliard 02:49 pm June 19, 2020
The collaboration with Health Care Service Corporation, billed as Epic's first such project with a payer organization, will help health plans more easily review data for managing claims and prior authorization.
By Mike Miliard 04:07 pm June 15, 2020
Leaders from CommonWell Health Alliance, DirectTrust and Quality Health Network offered updates on their pandemic response during a recent HIMSS20 Digital event.
Lawyer talking to suspect.
By Jeff Lagasse 05:39 pm June 05, 2020
The goal was to improve outcomes, reduce the recidivism rate and send inmates back into the communities with coherent care plans.
By Fred Bazzoli 09:00 am June 02, 2020
While some organizations are finding success as they map coronavirus spread, public health agencies are still often relying on manual processes to gather and submit data, which is often incomplete, says former U.S. Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra.