Interoperability

HIMSS19 Interoperability Showcase eyes standards-based health ecosystem
By Bill Siwicki 12:41 pm January 18, 2019
This year the showcase will feature 82 organizations demonstrating 121 health IT systems across 16 different use-cases.
By Bill Siwicki 08:44 am January 18, 2019
The forthcoming Cloverleaf 19.1 will be the core of Infor's suite, with support for API management.
Pew APIs

Pew's Ben Moscovitch said APIs hold the potential for a dramatic shift in how health data is accessed and used for patient care.

By Tom Sullivan 09:41 am January 17, 2019
The private sector and government have accomplished a lot and the next phase is critical to the best use of APIs.
By Diana Manos 10:24 am January 15, 2019
The document includes changes made due to comments from stakeholders and it contains new standards and updated characteristics.
The Developer Innovation Lab offers hands-on lessons at HIMSS19
By Bill Siwicki 03:13 pm January 14, 2019
A Cloud Healthcare Datathon, a FHIR session and one-on-one time on APIs and deep learning will highlight the specialty pavilion at this year's global conference.
Vocera to focus on clinician well-being and IT interoperability at HIMSS19
By Bill Siwicki 02:47 pm January 11, 2019
Technology can help keep care team members from burning out, but it has to be interoperable, says the company’s CEO.
By Diana Manos 02:23 pm January 11, 2019
Providers, patients and payers all still lack access to patient where and when they need it, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT said.
9th Annual Intelligent Health Pavilion to highlight HIMSS19
By Bill Siwicki 04:22 pm January 09, 2019
Five conferences within one pavilion, focusing on virtual reality, wearables, AI, voice and the Internet of Things – and how these technologies can work together to improve care.
By Mike Miliard 03:59 pm January 08, 2019
The tool will combine Experian's patient ID management technology with Change's nationwide Intelligent Healthcare Network.
By Benjamin Harris 01:39 pm January 08, 2019
Mobile data is about to get a lot faster at the Rush System for Health in Chicago. The hospital system has partnered with AT&T to become what it says is the first in the nation to use a standards-based 5G network in a healthcare setting.

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