HIE News Round Up: ONC and Flawed Health Data Sharing; Patient Records and Apple; and a New VA CIO
Welcome to the Health Information Exchange Weekly News Round Up from RosettaHealth. Each week, we will provide you with a summary of all the actionable news that hospitals, HIT vendors, ACOs, and population health providers need to be smart and effective when it comes to health information exchange.
ONC Report to Congress Shows Flawed Health Data Sharing
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT recently filed a 22-page report to Congress on EHR adoption across the healthcare sector, finding health data sharing and availability is flawed.
Patient Records Crucial to Apple Health Strategy, Study Finds
The personal health records of consumers will be key to Apple’s app, wearable strategies, and services as the tech giant moves into the health and wellness market, according to new research.
HHS: Data Access, Analytics Are Essential for Patient-Centered Care
Healthcare organizations are making progress towards a more interoperable data ecosystem, but patients, providers, and payers are still facing data access, integration, and analytics challenges that are holding back the promise of patient-centered care, says HHS.
Senate Confirms VA CIO, Will Oversee EHR Modernization Project
The Senate confirmed the Trump administration’s nominee for the Department of Veterans Chief Information Officer James Gfrerer, a former marine and Ernst & Young cybersecurity executive.
PODCAST: IMAT Solutions Advancing Data Confidence at HIMSS 2019
In this podcast interview, executives from IMAT Solutions discuss how the company is advancing health data confidence at HIMSS 2019 with its C3 Framework, and its ability to provide the most comprehensive picture of patients and populations in real-time.
DSS Acquires veEDIS Emergency Department Information System Software
DSS is now offering Emergency Department Information System software capabilities in its Juno EHR.
How AI Could Shape the Health Tech Landscape in 2019
Experts predict that in 2019 AI in healthcare will continue to grow — especially in the areas of imaging, diagnostic, predictive analytics and administration.
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