Harmony Healthcare IT VP Jim Hammer offers advice to healthcare provider organizations seeking to consolidate systems and data, and comply with the Cures Act.
Image sharing is finally advancing away from CD-ROMs and toward image-enabled personal health records, say Dr. David Mendelson, vice chair of radiology IT at Mount Sinai, and Dave Cassel, executive director of Carequality.
Medicomp Systems CEO David Lareau touches on recent progress, what's on the Biden team's plate and ways healthcare organizations can take action now until true interoperability is a reality.
This week's top stories include Flo Health landing in hot water with the FTC over data sharing allegations, states moving forward with second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and health IT heavy hitters creating the Vaccine Credential Initiative.
From electronic case reporting to PDMP to disaster response, Jay Nakashima, executive director of eHealth Exchange, says he's optimistic as network architecture improves and public-private data sharing efforts make progress.
Dr. Don Rucker, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, says big data is going to be transformative, as ONC and CMS rules move healthcare from a gated interaction to digitally transparent clinical care.
During this webinar, healthcare leaders compare the public health response strategies of two very different health systems in Europe.
Diameter Health Chief Commercial Officer Terry Boch discusses the latest interoperability rules and the regulatory and data landscape in health tech.
Steven Matarelli, senior clinical executive at Vocera Communications, says technologies must be able to interact effectively with other technologies and thereby build on interoperability, a key consideration in any transformation strategy.
Ongoing Senate races could have unforeseen impacts on healthcare IT, says Tom Leary, senior vice president of government relations at HIMSS.