Interoperability

By HIMSS TV 07:59 am January 29, 2020
Dr. Larry Allen, the medical director of advanced heart failure at University of Colorado School of Medicine, describes why the health industry should be excited over the advancements in EHR technologies.
Sponsored
By 01:04 pm January 16, 2020
It's been difficult for healthcare to tackle the interoperability challenge compared to other industries, says Drew Ivan, EVP of product and strategy at Rhapsody.
By HIMSS TV 08:05 am January 08, 2020
Dr. Vincent McCauley, CMO and CMIO at Telstra Health, says data being made available at the point of care and in a timely fashion is becoming a reality with the ability to have an agreed data structure and content through FHIR.
Sponsored
By 01:00 pm January 07, 2020
Hyland Healthcare's vendor-neutral solutions address the problem of interoperability with existing or new systems, says Peter Weston, healthcare sales manager at Hyland.
By HIMSS TV 05:00 pm January 06, 2020
Among the biggest obstacles to reimbursement are the lack of interoperability and patients not owning their data, says Rob Lieberthal, principal of health economics at MITRE.
By HIMSS TV 03:06 pm November 12, 2019
Seqster's technology can collect users' EHR, DNA and wearables data, giving its customers the ability to share their health information on their terms, says founder and CEO Ardy Arianpour.
By HIMSS TV 09:09 am November 12, 2019
Grahame Grieve, FHIR product director for HL7 International, says in addition to being a standard for exchanging healthcare data, FHIR is a community of people who aims to create a "public treasure" that we all own.
By HIMSS TV 08:09 am October 30, 2019
The Stewards of Change Institute is convening diverse industry stakeholders to tackle big challenges such as patient matching, says Daniel Stein, the group's president.
By HIMSS TV 02:00 am October 30, 2019
Dr. Donald Rucker, chief of the Office of the National Coordinator for Healthcare Information Technology, discusses the opportunities the 21st Century Cures Act provides for health tech startups.
By HIMSS TV 08:39 am October 29, 2019
St. Marianna University School of Medicine in Japan used a "go slow, but go steady" strategy to make small, incremental changes to overcome resistance to moving from paper to digital systems, says Director Shinji Yamamoto.

Most Read

The Daily Brief Newsletter