Interoperability & Integration

Will HIMSS 18 Mourn the Passing of the Traditional Office Visit?

By Donald Voltz, MD Healthcare is evolving quickly and HIMSS 18 offers a broad range of healthcare issues to explore, but will it mourn the passing of the traditional office visit and embrace new HIT driven meetups? New requirements for implementing HIT systems are changing as new health IT priorities and procedures emerge. Convergence in

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Will HIMSS Reveal How IoT and Apps Flip the Traditional Office Visit?

By Special Guest Dr. Donald Voltz, Medical Director of the Main Operating Room, at the Aultman Hospital, Department of Anesthesiology February 21, 2018 Healthcare is evolving quickly and HIMSS 18 will offer a broad range of healthcare issues to explore. Healthcare IoT is changing long standing practices and protocols. New requirements are driving health IT

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Will HIMSS 18 Herald The Disruption Of The Traditional Office Visit?

  Will HIMSS 18 Herald the Disruption of the Traditional Office Visit? By Donald Voltz, MD, Aultman Hospital, Department of Anesthesiology, Medical Director of the Main Operating Room, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Case Western Reserve University and Northeast Ohio Medical University.  He is also a Featured Advisor of EMR Industry.com Healthcare is evolving quickly and

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Opening Keynote: Leverage Points to Advance Interoperability

Today, there is an array of domains in which public and private sector efforts are working to advance interoperability. What remains unclear is the extent to which these are occurring synergistically and whether they are addressing the points of greatest leverage to speed progress. In this session, we will ask national thought leaders to share

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Healthcare interoperability: Are we there yet? – DocbookMD

In 2015, the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) revealed its much anticipated healthcare interoperability roadmap report – delivering a promising framework of free flowing patient data and improved patient care. The roadmap pinpointed three, six, and 10-year milestones with an ultimate goal to build a fully interoperable learning health system by 2024.

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Healthcare revenue drivers for 2018 — Peering into the data integration futures market

Rehoboth McKinley Christian Healthcare Services CEO David Conejo shares why he thinks 2018 won’t just be about managing revenue cycles, but creating them. One ageless trend emerging for 2018 is the quest of hospitals, larger carriers and clinics to identify new revenue streams; not just managing revenue cycles, but creating them. Factors such as increasing focus on

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Hospital and Clinic Revenue Drivers for 2018

Hospital and Clinic Revenue Drivers for 2018 The Interoperability of Wellness, Chronic Care and Service Care Transitions By Donald Voltz One ageless trend emerging for 2018 is the quest of hospitals, larger carriers, and clinics to identify new revenue streams; not just managing revenue cycles, but creating them. The healthcare industry is now looking at

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How data integration can enhance revenue for providers

As hospital c-suite executives prepare for 2018, they look forward to the three apps of the future— Annual Wellness Visits (AWV), chronic care treatment and service care transitions between physical and behavioral health services. These cloud-based apps will lead the 2018 quest of hospitals, larger carriers and clinics to identify new revenue streams—not just managing

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