Interoperability & Integration

Why The Movement Toward Ubiquitous Interoperability Should Concern Physicians

As the buzz grows around interoperability initiatives such as the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA), a provision under the 21st Century Cures Act that calls for establishing national data exchanges to make information flow more seamlessly, many of us envision a future of flawless care collaboration.We know that with true interoperable healthcare technology

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New software allows improved care for RMCH Medicare patients

Independent By Bill Donovan Correspondent 8/27/2018 Medicare patients going for their annual wellness checkups at the Rehoboth McKinley Christian Hospital are now seeing doctors take a whole new approach to their treatment, thanks to a partnership the hospital has made with a Silicon Valley software firm. “Instead of doing just the standard four tests, we

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Healthcare Interoperability Solutions to Improve Patient Care

The wide range of representational models for patient data make the exchange of patient information a tedious process. Achieving healthcare data interoperability is still an unreached goal in many healthcare enterprises. To ensure data interoperability, Deevita offers healthcare interoperability services to allow data sharing among diverse healthcare applications, thereby reducing the healthcare expenses and enhancing

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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 ITplenary at HIMSS AsiaPac 18 in Brisbane to discuss the key challenges in their respective military health systems. Setting the context regarding military health systems for the broad audience who may not have direct experience with them or

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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. Those numbers were cited by National Coordinator for Health Information Technology Donald Rucker, MD, in a blog post, co-authored with ONC Director of Research and Evaluation Talisha Searcy, spotlighting

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In McKinley County, NM’s battle against addiction progresses

McKinley County is the namesake of the assassinated 25th U.S. President William McKinley. Many locals, particularly those Native Americans of Navajo descent living on reservations, have also been the victims of assassination, but in character in addition to physical attacks. Three decades ago, Gallup, which borders the Navajo Reservation, was known as “Drunk Town, USA.”

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Zoeticx software allows improved care for RMCH Medicare patients

By Bill Donovan, The Independent Correspondent 8/25-26 GALLUP — Medicare patients going for their annual wellness checkups at the Rehoboth McKinley Christian Hospital are now seeing doctors take a whole new approach to their treatment, thanks to a partnership the hospital has made with Zoeticx, a Silicon Valley software firm. “Instead of doing just the

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RMCHCS integrates Zoeticx healthcare apps to drive revenue with better patient outcomes

McKinley County, New Mexico, is the namesake of the assassinated 25th U.S. President William McKinley. Many locals, particularly those Native Americans of Navajo decent living on reservations, have also been the victim of assassination, but in character in addition to physical attacks. Three decades ago Gallup, New Mexico, which borders on the Navajo Reservation, was

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RMCHCS Hospital and Zoeticx Battles Addiction With High Tech Prescriptions

By David Dallago, former chairman of McKinley County Commission New Mexican organizations are combining new behavioral health with high tech and low-tech strategies to fight addiction across the Navajo reservation in Northern New Mexico.In addressing some of the root causes of these issues, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation introduced the Pathway’s Project, a four-year program that

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