Interoperability

Nurse administers COVID-19 vaccine

(Photo: Darla Williams, Getty Images)

By Joyoti Goswami 09:43 am April 15, 2021
The right technology applications can turn the COVID-19 vaccination program into a game-changer for the healthcare industry.
By Bogi Eliasen 09:54 am March 03, 2021
A bold vision for data-driven Latin American health, illustrated by a Peruvian pilot.
Los Angeles pictured from above
By Ali Modaressi 03:32 pm February 04, 2021
As COVID-19 continues to surge in Los Angeles, LANES is enabling free-flowing data insights – medical, behavioral and socioeconomic ─ to close information gaps and improve clinical decision support for better outcomes.
Graphic showing connected points on a map of North America
By Seema Verma 11:01 am January 11, 2021
CMS progress on healthcare interoperability
contact tracing apps, privacy, covid-19
By Saif Abed 08:03 am October 07, 2020
Whichever way you look at it, many countries across the globe are experiencing a rise in COVID-19 cases coinciding with the start of the Autumn/Winter seasons says Dr Saif Abed, founding partner at The AbedGraham Group.
By Joyoti Goswami 02:01 pm September 22, 2020
The clinical manifestations of COVID-19 are varied, and patients are known to have rapidly changing signs and symptoms that must be tracked with laboratory testing.

Credit: Malaffi

01:53 am August 27, 2020
COVID-19 has revealed a lot about the world we live in. It has reinforced the possibilities that open up when we collaborate and come together, united towards a common cause; in this case, of defeating the spread of SARS-CoV-2 says Atif Al Braiki, CEO, Abu Dhabi Health Data Services LLC (Malaffi).
By Layla McCay 03:18 am August 24, 2020
One of the more remarkable features of the NHS’s response to the coronavirus pandemic has been its rapid uptake of technology in the UK says director of international relations at NHS Confederation, Dr Layla McCay.
By Joyoti Goswami 11:46 am August 17, 2020
How healthcare providers can leverage interoperability across the care continuum for improved care coordination and patient empowerment. 

Michael Seres giving a Keynote at the HIMSS & Health 2.0 European Conference 2019, Helsinki, Finland

By Angela Velkova 03:20 pm August 10, 2020
Michael Seres was an entrepreneur, patient advocate, husband and father of three. He died on 30 May 2020, in California, US, of a sepsis infection. This news not only shook the patient community, but also the global healthcare IT space.