Tag Archive: PaaS

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 | 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 John Moore | September 30, 2011

Trickle Down Health or Health 2.0 Impressions

Another year, another Health 2.0 under the belt. This being the fourth time attending it is interesting to see how […]

by John Moore | August 23, 2010

Assessment: Ingenix Makes HIE Move Acquiring Axolotl

Last week, Ingenix announced that it would be acquiring Axolotl.  Probably no one was happier than the folks at Gilat […]

by John Moore | May 17, 2010

Seattle Bound

Tomorrow, I’ll be heading to Seattle to attend Microsoft’s annual Connected Health event.  Last year’s event provided some useful insight’s […]

by John Moore | May 14, 2010

Where’s the Beef?

Awhile back, Chilmark received a briefing from Medicity about their forthcoming iNexx platform.  We liked what we saw. iNexx fit […]

by John Moore | March 05, 2010

Another Year, Another HIMSS

Coming back from HIMSS and really scratching my head trying to think of what incredible new and novel thing(s) did […]

by John Moore | February 24, 2010

The Migration to Modular HIT Apps

Been a lot of talk over the last year or so regarding the move to smaller, more modular, substitutable apps […]

by John Moore | December 09, 2009

Cloud Computing, Security & Privacy Considerations

While conducting research for the long overdue and nearly completed report on Personal Health Clouds (Dossia, Google Health and HealthVault) […]

by John Moore | November 03, 2009

PaaS Challenges for HIE Vendors

Yesterday’s post took a look at the future for the Health Information Exchange (HIE) market putting forth the projection that […]

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