Tag Archive: ONC

by Brian Murphy | April 11, 2018

TEFCA Response Drives ONC to Reconsider

Key Takeaways: TEFCA proposed a new approach to healthcare data interoperability Industry response to TEFCA was not favorable ONC will […]

by Brian Eastwood | March 20, 2017

Driving Policy Without Healthcare Organizations: A Fool’s Errand

Healthcare in the United States faces many problems, but one of the bigger ones is bringing the right stakeholders to the table when it’s time to try to solve a problem. Often, the empty chair should be occupied by an individual – the overwhelmed patient, the uncompensated caregiver, the burned-out doctor or nurse. Rarely is an institution not represented.

by Brian Murphy | May 04, 2015

HIMSS’15: NOT on FHIR

HIMSS15 was supposed to be an opportunity for HIT vendors to really expand on interoperability with possibilities represented by FHIR […]

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 […]

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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 Matt Guldin | September 26, 2014

eCQMs: Beginning of a Long and Rocky Road

A New Necessity Payment-based upon quality measurement is at the center of a wide range of efforts to improve health care […]

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 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 […]

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