The health information exchange model is metamorphosing from its initial phase of Direct secure messaging and patient look-up toward a new age of value-added services that one HIE director believes "will have a profound effect on healthcare," quality across America.
Several downstate New York RHIOs are either collaborating or in talks with the New York eHealth Collaborative regarding infrastructure, services, database software and operational support, all with the intent to overcome HIE value barriers.
This Experian QAS whitepaper discusses the challenges around the Health Information Exchange and details three simple steps agencies can take in order to streamiline the migration and enable a seamless implementation.
Healthcare is dominated by the need for the sharing of detailed patient information as a result of today's information age. But it's also the focal point of the debate of how information is shared versus protecting the need for privacy, security and confidentiality. Data protection is paramount in today’s virtual environment and implementing a Secure Information Exchange (SIE) now will help organizations save both themselves and their patients down the road.
This whitepaper provides tips based on best practices gathered through analysis of the industry and direct experience with thousands of cloud deployments—including tips from CIOs, program and project managers, directors of IT, engineers, developers, and administrators in various industries and various size companies
In this Web seminar, learn firsthand from five healthcare organizations how, after integrating Perceptive Software enterprise content management (ECM) products, they are realizing cost and time-saving benefits enterprise-wide. The customer panel will share lessons learned and best practices for deploying ECM technology with their business and health information systems.
PCMHs becoming 'medical neighborhoods' in Hudson Valley, on big data bolstering public and private health, Delaware and Michigan roll out clouds, Romney vaguely vows to stop Obamacare, and a new reader poll.
This Week in Government Health IT: What the ICD-10 delay really means, CMS touts MSSP ACOs many of which are physician-led, a pair of HIEs adopt Direct, and the PHI questions to ask all your business associates.
This Week in Government Health IT: Betting on SCOTUS, PPACA turns two, why EHRs have not improved since 1982, huge HIT strides otherwise, checking with a NwHIN Exchange partner, and the role lobbyists play in health policy.