Tag Archive: Health Information Exchange

by Brian Murphy | February 04, 2015

ONC Catalyzing a National Interoperability Plan

ONC’s first draft of a nationwide interoperability roadmap is ambitiously vast in scope, but ultimately constrained by the past. Its […]

by John Moore | January 30, 2015

Kryptiq Goes Private

This afternoon, Surescripts announced that its subsidiary, Kryptiq, will be taken private via a management buy-out led by Kryptiq founder […]

by John Moore | January 27, 2015

A Sneak Peek at Austria’s ELGA

Today I had the pleasure of having lunch with an informatics professor from the University of Wien and got an […]

by Brian Murphy | January 12, 2015

Orion Health Aspires to PaaS

The interoperability problems that plague healthcare are compounded by the paucity of developer options for modern software development. Software as […]

by Brian Murphy | December 17, 2014

2014 Year in Review: Clinician Network Management

Being seasoned veterans of the HIE/CNM market, 2014 was not so much a year of surprises, but one in which […]

by Brian Murphy | October 31, 2014

JASON Task Force – Part Deux

In a post two weeks ago, we were critical of some aspects of the JASON Task Force’s (JTF) Final Report […]

by Brian Murphy | October 20, 2014

JASON Task Force Says Status Quo is Better than Supersession

The JASON Report created quite a fuss in the HIT marketplace as some screamed foul and others were encouraged that maybe, just […]

by Brian Murphy | September 17, 2014

The Current State of the Interoperability Crisis

A Long Way To Go The lack of interoperability between healthcare applications has long been decried in white papers and […]

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