Tag Archive: standards

by Jody Ranck | August 30, 2021

SDoH, Data Standards, and Innovation for Unstructured SDoH Data

Social determinants of health (SDoH) are an increasingly important component of patient data; new standards and strategies for utilizing it will shape market growth.

by John Moore | July 15, 2008

HealthVault Speaks Out: Clarifying Their Approach to Standards

Sean Nolan, the chief software architect for Microsoft’s HealthVault has written an excellent post on the philosophy/approach that Microsoft is […]

by John Moore | June 10, 2008

CCHIT Goes After PHRs

It was only a matter of time as rumors have been swirling around for sometime now but CCHIT has announced […]

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 […]

by John Moore | February 13, 2008

Civic Duty?

If you get bored of walking the aisles of HIMSS and can’t bear to hear another vendor pitch, well you […]

by John Moore | December 19, 2007

Halamka Demos CCD as Path Forward for PHRs

John Halamka, the CIO of Boston based Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital and Chairperson of standards organization HITSP is a daring […]

by John Moore | December 07, 2007

HL7 Releases Draft PHR Standard

This week, the standards group, HL7 announced the release of the personal health record system functional model (PHR-S FM) as […]

by John Moore | November 23, 2007

EMR Vendors Push CCD for Interoperability

Last week, the HIMSS Electronic Health Record Vendors Association EHRVA announced the availability of a “Quickstart Guide for CCD Standard.”  […]

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