health records

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SMART Apps In The EHR --- This Is Progress!

Sean Nolan | Family Health Guy | September 17, 2012

Last week I had the opportunity to visit my old hometown while attending the SMART conference at Harvard Medical School (and as a bonus I got to catch up with my dad at the super-yummy Publick House in Brighton). I always have high expectations of the Ken and Zac show, but this one was even more notable than most. Read More »

The Avatar Will See You Now

Jessica Leber | MIT Technology Review | June 10, 2013

Medical centers are testing new, friendly ways to reduce the need for office visits by extending their reach into patients’ homes. Read More »

The Price of Wearable Craze: Personal Health Data Hacks

Maggie Overfelt | CNBC.com | December 12, 2015

...in a year when the world's largest technology, medical device and health-care firms are betting big and fast on wearable technology's role in delivering patients a more precise and cost-effective way to manage their health, experts are worried that the pace of updating data-privacy laws and building infrastructures with optimal levels of security doesn't match the speed of the market's technological rollout. The risks to consumers depend on what type of device they're wielding. In rare instances, weak links or endpoints in a cloud-based network powering something like a wearable insulin pump could be life threatening, as it opens the door to hackers tampering with them...

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Ways To Put The Patient First When Collecting Health Data

Andy Oram | O'Reilly Strata | June 10, 2013

The timing was superb for last week’s Health Privacy Summit, held on June 5 and 6 in Washington, DC. First, it immediately followed the 2000-strong Health Data Forum (Health Datapalooza), where concern for patients rights came up repeatedly. Read More »

Website Makes Tracking Health Records Easier For Vets

Staff Writer | YNN | June 21, 2013

Managing health care and keeping track of records can be complicated. The Department of Veterans Affairs has an online system for veterans that makes some of that easier. Read More »

Blockchain for Health Data and Its Potential Use in Health IT and Health Care Related Research

Event Details
Type: 
Seminar/Webinar
Date: 
February 20, 2018 - 3:00pm - 4:00pm

A national health IT infrastructure based on blockchain has far-reaching potential to promote the development of precision medicine, advance medical research and invite patients to be more accountable for their health. This OSEHRA Innovation Webinar will discuss a blockchain based access-control manager to health records that would advance the industry interoperability challenges and engage millions of individuals, health care providers, health care entities and medical researchers to share vast amounts of genetic, diet, lifestyle, environmental and health data with guaranteed security and privacy protection.

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