Tag Archive: NHIN

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 Brian Murphy | August 01, 2014

Information Blocking Laws — Ready, Shoot, Aim

Interference The most straightforward definition of interoperability we have heard so far is from David Kendrick, CEO of MyHealth Access […]

by John Moore | October 25, 2012

A Layer Above it All: Healtheway’s Value Prop

Now that NwHIN has been spun-out into the public-private entity Healtheway one has to wonder exactly what value they can […]

by John Moore | April 30, 2010

Making Sense of the NHIN

The National Health Information Network (NHIN), which was the previous ONC head’s (Kolodner) top priority, or at least seemed that […]

by John Moore | March 26, 2010

Consumer Consent and HIEs

One of the thornier issues regarding the establishment of public Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) is how to manage consumer consent […]

by John Moore | November 13, 2009

Blumenthal Beats HITECH Drum

Yesterday, David Blumenthal published a very thoughtful post on the HITECH Act as a foundation for information exchange in which […]

by John Moore | July 01, 2009

CONNECT: The Feds Answer to Health Info Exchange

The feds are beating the CONNECT drum. This week, ONC sponsored a two-day event in DC to begin educating the […]

by John Moore | December 17, 2008

More on Feds’ Privacy Framework for Consumer Health Records

The online publication, NextGov has a good article that further outlines the new privacy framework that Sec. Leavitt announced on […]

by John Moore | August 13, 2008

Why HIEs Succeed and RHIOs Languish

Back at the beginning of the year, I did a Top Ten Predictions post where one of the predictions was […]

by John Moore | March 31, 2008

Naturally, Govt. Looks to Google and Microsoft

With a poor track record to date getting Regional Health Information Organizations off the ground, the Office of the Coordinator […]

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