Tag Archive: Orion Health

by Alex Lennox-Miller | May 08, 2019

New Models of Primary Care After the Front Door

While there is no single complete definition of ‘primary care’ in the United States, most of the various definitions agree […]

by Liz Gavriel | July 20, 2015

The Promise and Challenges of Analytics Marketplaces in Healthcare

Algorithmic Market Advances Plug-and-play data analytics or finding ways to more efficiently export algorithmic models to use with large datasets […]

by John Moore | April 23, 2015

HIMSS’15 Pilgrimage: Impressions and Takeaways

Another year, another HIMSS conference. While I often may gripe about this event; the seemingly endless parroting of buzzword(s) de […]

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 Liz Gavriel | July 26, 2014

Care Coordination: The HIE Has Waited a Long Time

Care Plan Update As predicted last year, comprehensive care coordination solutions are rapidly becoming an important way for disparate clinicians […]

by John Moore | April 07, 2014

Free Research: Migration to Clinician Network Mgmt

Last summer we published another edition of our popular Health Information Exchange (HIE) Market Trends Report. Over the years, this […]

by Liz Gavriel | April 04, 2014

Push for Interop – Two Initiatives Lead Way

Competing Platforms HIEs only add value to patient encounters when clinicians are connected to them. The capability to provide clinical […]

by John Moore | March 03, 2014

HIMSS-pressions

What an epic (or is it Epic, or for that matter EPIC) ride where one seemingly goes in and out […]

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