Interoperability & Integration

HL7 releases FHIR 4

Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources is now normative, and the new edition brings thousands of other updates. Health Level Seven announced on Wednesday that a new version of its interoperability specification is now available.WHY IT MATTERSMany in the healthcare industry have been eagerly awaiting the fourth iteration of FHIR 4 because future changes will now be

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Fixing The Need For A Fix: Bridging The IT Gap Between Physical And Behavioral Healthcare

Guest Column | December 14, 2018 Fixing The Need For A Fix: Bridging The IT Gap Between Physical And Behavioral Healthcare By David Conejo, Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services The statistics are terrifying. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) Alcohol poisoning kills six people every day. Of those, 76

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Behavioral Healthcare Technology Drives New Way To Fix The Need For A Fix – Electronic Health Reporter

By David Conejo, CEO, Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services The statistics are terrifying.  According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) Alcohol poisoning kills six people every day. Of those, 76 percent are adults ages 35 to 64, and three of every four people killed by alcohol poisoning are men. The

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Microsoft Releases FHIR Server for Azure

The open-source project contributes to the industrywide adoption of Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources. Interoperability in healthcare is a topic that weighs heavily on the minds of industry leaders everywhere. With Health Level Seven Internationals Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources specification rising up as a possible foundation for interoperability, adoption throughout the industry could prove to be

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Treating 22,000 Addicts by Bridging the Gap Between Physical and Behavioral Health Care

By David Conejo, CEO, Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services and Donald Voltz, MD, Aultman Hospital, Department of Anesthesiology, Medical Director of the Main Operating Room The statistics are terrifying. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) Alcohol poisoning kills six people every day. Of those, 76 percent are adults ages

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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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