Tag Archive: HL7

by Brian Murphy | August 13, 2018

Da Vinci Project: FHIR Meets Value-based Payments

While healthcare frets and obsesses about the state of exchange between providers, payers have been relatively slow to embrace modern […]

by Brian Murphy | November 29, 2016

Can APIs Really Improve HIT?

We hosted a webinar on this topic on December 14, 2016. To retrieve a copy of the slides, please follow […]

by Brian Murphy | July 04, 2015

FHIR — The Healthcare Platform Enabler

The Plan FHIR is the new, open way to represent clinical, financial, and administrative data about patients. It is being […]

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 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 […]

by Brian Murphy | August 04, 2014

Referrals Management Changing with Care and Payment Reform

It Needs More Referrals occupy a singular place in healthcare. Every HCO and provider wants more of them under FFS. […]

by John Moore | February 19, 2009

Techies: SNOMED, HL7 Semantic Interoperability

Just came across this document that you’ll find on Scrib, which is a bit over my head, but quite sure […]

by John Moore | March 25, 2008

How Many Cooks Does it Take to Define a PHR Functional Model?

While doing some research on healthcare IT (HIT) standards for our upcoming report on the PHR market I stumbled upon […]

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