By embracing an “it takes a village” approach, we can all enhance health data interoperability, and enhance the quality of care and reduced costs.

Examples of How “It Takes a Village” to Enhance HIT Interoperability

It’s no secret that breaking down the barriers of health data interoperability is a major challenge in the healthcare arena. While there is often confusion about the true reasons for today’s health data sharing issues, there is an approach that can provide clarity, and basically change everything.

By embracing an “it takes a village” approach, we all can enhance health data interoperability, but it will involve coordination between vendors and hospital systems, ACOs, HIEs – all working in concert towards the goals of enhanced quality of care and reduced costs.

For the RosettaHealth team, this is something that happens on a continual basis with our users. Here are some examples:

  • SocialClime: Since 2014, SocialClime has been developing innovative systems that allow medical practices to gather customer feedback, enhance customer centric cultures and power customer driven social marketing. Thanks to its partnership with RosettaHealth, SocialClime can now access and leverage patient data in a secure and compliant manner – whether for HL7 integration, flat-file data or email attachments. Check out our podcast with David Johnson, the General Manager for SocialClime, here.
  • Mobile Medical Imaging: Mobile Medical Imaging provides portable health imaging services in patients’ homes, assisted living facilities, and nursing homes. Traditionally, the sharing of patient information was done through sending and receiving faxes, which is very challenging for an organization that provides portable imaging services at patients’ bedsides. Thanks to the use of the RosettaHealth platform, Mobile Medical Imaging LLC is now able to electronically receive orders and send results to the provider’s EHRs on the fly, and there’s no need to rely on “faxing and praying.” Check out our podcast with Andy Diamond, President of Mobile Medical Imaging, here. 
  • MyHealth.Us: MyHealth.Us gathers, securely stores and manages medical records, sensor data and personal health observations of users for immediate access by first responders and healthcare providers 24/7. Thanks to its partnership with RosettaHealth, the company can now access and share patient data in a secure and compliant manner, which supports the company’s overall mission to provide fast of vital health information via any mobile device. Learn more here. 

In the coming weeks and months as we lead into HIMSS 2018, the RosettaHealth team will be spotlighting more examples of how it truly “takes a village” to break down the barriers of health information exchange.

Do you have a health data exchange success story to share?  We want to hear from you, and will be happy to promote your story on the RosettaHealth blog!


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