These days, the most popular media stories in the HIT arena are all about health data interoperability.Read More
NEW OFFERING HANDLES ALL INFORMATION EXCHANGE AND ACCESS REQUIREMENTS IN ONE EASY, EFFICIENT AND INTUITIVE BUNDLE
“Many hospital systems are concerned about regulatory burdens that come with meeting the new MU3 requirements – especially when it comes to information exchange,” said Buff Colchagoff, CEO of RosettaHealth.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (PRWEB) JULY 12, 2017Read More
Topics: MU3, Meaningful Use, Press Release, health information exchange, HIE, EasyExchange, Meaningful Use Stage 3, Meaningful Use Stage 3 Attestation, MU3 Attestation, EasyExchange Solution, MU3 solutions
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
In the following RosettaHealth podcast interview, Nishanth Varghese, the Director of Marketing and Partnerships at Innovaccer, discusses the future of health data analytics, and how healthcare outcomes are changing thanks to data.Read More
HEALTH SYSTEMS ARE GETTING DOWN TO THE BUSINESS OF ACTUALLY EXCHANGING PATIENT DATA EFFECTIVELY AND SECURELY
Both the Sequoia Project and DirectTrust recently announced that they are exchanging more health records and connecting more provider sites than ever before – reinforcing how more EHR transactions and more States are being covered as connectivity expands for both.Read More
From hospitals and ambulatory practices to post-acute care facilities and home health, the ability to effectively share patient data is driving better health outcomes in community care settings.Read More
Even as funding has accelerated for digital health startups, a 2015 report from Accenture forecasted that half of digital startups are likely to fail within two years of launch.
Unfortunately, this is a reality that digital health startups – originally willing, and eager to revolutionize the healthcare industry with your groundbreaking products and/or services in 2015 – are now facing in 2017.Read More