In the following RosettaHealth podcast interview, Jared Blake, a Partner at SocialClime, discusses how his organization is transforming online reputation management for medical practices, and why they are participating in the RosettaHealth HIMSS 2018 “community” booth #11418.Read More
In the following RosettaHealth podcast interview, Nance Shatzkin, founder of Shatzkin Systems, discusses how her company has been on the forefront of helping HIEs, hospital systems (and more) to bridge the gap between IT and operations. She also provides her take on the ONC’s TEFCA, and why we need a “village” to break down the barriers of health data exchange.Read More
We have grown accustomed to health data exchange between organizations being difficult and expensive. For many hospitals, HIEs and vendors, it is simply the cost of doing business – and it’s something that can drag down any organization.Read More
The holiday season is always a great time to reflect on where we have been, and look at what lies ahead in the future. This is why I recently authored a guest article for HITECH Answers that takes a page from Charles Dickens’ classic “A Christmas Carol,” and looks at the three ghost of health data exchange.Read More
In the following RosettaHealth podcast interview, Chuck Dudley, VP of Services, and Jeffrey Dugas, DevOps Automation Engineer, both at Stelligent Systems, discuss how they designed an infrastructure platform with Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) for RosettaHealth. This will allow the RosettaHealth platform to be more powerful and effective.
Although we know that for many hospitals, ACOs, HIEs, and even vendors, it is a challenge to effectively sharing electronic health records. It often takes an independent research study to reinforce what we already know. These types of studies also create a startling moment where we collectively think – “this problem needs to be addressed right now.”Read More
Understanding how each state across the U.S. is accessing and sharing patient data can be a challenging and complicated endeavor. However, thanks to a project called Health Information and the Law, developed by George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health, it is possible to see disparities when it comes to patient data sharing.Read More