Tag Archive: cloud computing

by Brian Murphy | January 12, 2017

Open APIs: The Promise and Hope from Outside the HIT Bubble

APIs (application programming interfaces) are a hot topic in healthcare these days. In the parlance of the moment – interest […]

by Brian Murphy | February 04, 2015

Platform-as-a-Service: Old Idea but New to Healthcare

Accelerate the Industry Forward Technology companies often open up their products to create an ecosystem for third party developers. This […]

by John Moore | February 22, 2010

Top 5 Do’s & Don’ts for Speaking with Analysts at HIMSS

The big health IT industry confab HIMSS kicks off one week from today.  With some 28 briefings scheduled over 2.5 […]

by John Moore | December 09, 2009

Cloud Computing, Security & Privacy Considerations

While conducting research for the long overdue and nearly completed report on Personal Health Clouds (Dossia, Google Health and HealthVault) […]

by John Moore | November 03, 2009

PaaS Challenges for HIE Vendors

Yesterday’s post took a look at the future for the Health Information Exchange (HIE) market putting forth the projection that […]

by John Moore | January 29, 2009

IBM Looks to the Clouds, Industry-Specific Clouds

Just stumbled across this article, during the course of research for upcoming Health Cloud report.  IBM is sponsoring research at […]

by John Moore | September 24, 2008

Innovation Principles: What Might Healthcare Sector Learn from Others

I’m here today at my alma mater, MIT to attend Technology Review’s annual conference, EmTech (short for emerging technologies). And […]

by John Moore | June 26, 2008

Is that a Dark Cloud on the Horizon?

The latest issue of HIStalk mentioned a recent post by noted Harvard Professor Nick Carr (he wrote the controversial book, […]

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