Data Security relates to Interoperability

Korea’s Myongji Hospital signs agreement with BICube to co-develop a blockchain-based medical information exchange

Myongji Hospital, which was established in 1987 in South Korea, has recently signed an agreement with BICube, an IT company based in Korea to co-develop a blockchain-based medical information exchange system.

HIMSS AsiaPac 18 - Interoperability and security are top concerns of military health leaders

Military health leaders from Australia, Singapore & the UK came together at the inaugural International Military Health IT plenary at HIMSS AsiaPac 18 in Brisbane to discuss the key challenges in their respective military health systems.

ONC: Hospitals making strides on EHRs, interoperability, but work remains

More than 90 percent of non-federal acute care hospitals are using 2015 edition certified technology or plan to be soon, says National Coordinator Don Rucker, MD.

Keeping in PACE with health IT and continuous learning at the Singapore Armed Forces

In 1995, the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) Medical Corps introduced a large scale Electronic Medical Records (EMR) system, the first of its kind in Singapore. In less than a decade, the improved second generation of the EMR was implemented and most recently, the latest generation of its EMR system was rolled out in April 2016.

Meet the newest HIMSS Analytics adoption model: INFRAM

The Infrastructure Adoption Model helps hospitals and health systems benchmark how their IT systems stack up with mobility, security, collaboration, transport and data warehousing.