Posts Tagged with interoperability

by adgrooms on January 9, 2020

Healthcare interoperability still has gaps to bridge, and many different entities are trying to come up with solutions. We talked about two companies that are trying to fill the gaps in our last post. Both have networks that entities can plug into to exchange data, but neither was a comprehensive solution ...

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by adgrooms on January 8, 2020

It is now 2020. Many of us enjoy amazing capabilities such as video streaming and driverless vehicles, brought to us by improved connectivity and artificial intelligence. There is still not healthcare interoperability though. There are many technology companies that are trying to address the healthcare interoperability shortcomings in different ways. Two, in particular, Health Gorilla and ...

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by adgrooms on November 7, 2019

EHR systems aren’t very good at communicating with each other yet. Getting systems to communicate with each other is a common technology problem, but it’s still a little strange that on the cusp of 2020, with all of the technological advancements available to medicine, and the US government push into EHRs that we still don’t have ubiquitous communication between systems. Why is that?

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by adgrooms on October 29, 2019

We have written about interoperability in medicine in previous posts. Our technical experience includes interoperability projects, but we have not worked on interoperability in Healthcare yet. We wanted to get a better understanding of the current state of interoperability in Healthcare and how it relates to the larger fields of communications and standards. We want to understand the unique ...

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by adgrooms on October 22, 2019

We recently looked at how blockchain can benefit healthcare. From EHRs to the pharmaceutical supply chain, blockchain could have a profound impact in the coming years. It could advance interoperability, give patients ownership of their health information, and significantly reduce fraud, reducing costs and improving patient outcomes throughout the healthcare industry. But how does blockchain ...

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