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ONC And FHA Area Call For Participants

Press Release | HIMSS, FHA, ONC | November 13, 2012

Is your organization successfully using nationally recognized standards to securely share patient data with other organizations? Demonstrate your successes within the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) and Federal Health Architecture (FHA) area in the HIMSS 2012 Interoperability Showcase! Read More »

ONC Continues Blue Button Push With Video Contest

Mary Mosquera | Healthcare IT News | October 3, 2012

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT launched its Blue Button video competition Oct. 1 to create awareness of consumers having easy online access to their health information, and to motivate them in how they might use it. Read More »

ONC HIE Framework A Guide And 'Living Document'

Anthony Brino | Government Health IT | May 3, 2013

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT has published a governance framework for health information exchange aimed at helping HIEs and other health organizations “align their work with national priorities.” Read More »

ONC Reveals Blue Button Codeathon Winners

Diana Manos | Government Health IT | November 8, 2013

ONC on Friday named the winners of its Blue Button codeathon. Read More »

Ontologies In Health: Ready For Prime Time? IAO Versus OpenEHR

Thomas Beale | Woland's cat | September 3, 2012

A lot of ontology work has been going on for some years that comes loosely under the BFO and OBO activities, which stand to improve how computing in health is done. BFO is the Basic Formal Ontology, and OBO is the Open Biological and Biomedical Ontologies. Read More »

Open Access Science Publisher Demands Full Availability Of Data

John Timmer | Ars Technica | February 25, 2014

If you publish in PLoS, be prepared to share all the underlying data. Read More »

Open Access To Data Can Break Down Barriers And Empower Patients

Zahid Latif | Guardian Professional | March 17, 2014

Without a technological shift to a new care model based on the open use of data, public health and social services will struggle to keep up with the needs of those with long-term health conditions and the looming problem of our ageing population.

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Open Access To Genomics May Spur Myeloma Therapy

Ben Guarino | Clinical Oncology | December 1, 2013

The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation believes a new database—the Researcher Gateway—will revolutionize precision medicine for the disease Read More »

Open EHR Notes Pilot Expands After Positive Patient Response

Jennifer Bresnick | EHR Intelligence | May 14, 2013

After a pilot program that offered thousands of patients access to their EHR notes exceeded expectations in patient and physician satisfaction, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in New York and Geisinger Health System of Pennsylvania are widening the net. [...] Read More »

Open Source EHRs: Will They Support Clinical Data Needs of the Future? (Part 1 of 2)

Andy Oram | EMR & EHR | November 10, 2014

Open source software missed out on making a major advance into health care when it was bypassed during hospitals’ recent stampede toward electronic health records, triggered over the past few years by Meaningful Use incentives...As Meaningful Use ramps down and clinicians have to look for value in EHRs, can the open source options provide what they need?

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OpenEMR Integration Functionality And Features

Staff Writer | e-Prescribing Blog | March 3, 2014

OpenEMR is an electronic health record (EHR) and practice management application that can be downloaded with the click of a button. OpenEMR has a longstanding reputation as an open-source software (OSS) solution, after first being established 10+ years ago. [...] Read More »

Palomar Health And Qualcomm Launch Glassware Medical Incubator

Press Release | Palomar Health, Qualcomm Life, Inc. | July 25, 2013

Glassomics Will Discover How Wearable Computing Devices Can Impact the Healthcare Industry Read More »

Palomar Health Now Testing DIRECT Messaging Technology For Secure Exchange Of Patient Information Among Health Care Providers

Press Release | Palomar Health | April 16, 2013

Pilot implementation in San Diego County health care district allows participating providers to exchange patient health information per the secure messaging protocols defined by the DIRECT Project. Read More »

Patient Smart Cards: The Key To Protecting Patient Data?

Akanksha Jayanthi | Becker's Hospital Review | January 7, 2015

A new research paper from WEDI, the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange formed by HHS in 1991 that serves as an advisor to the agency, examines the feasibility and usability of "secure identity tokens" as a means to protect and secure patient data...

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PatientCrossroads Announces Registry Partners Selected For CONNECT Open-Access Patient Registry

Press Release | PatientCrossroads, CONNECT | April 16, 2013

PatientCrossroads today announced the names of the initial disease organizations selected to participate in a beta test of the new CONNECT Open-Access patient registry... Read More »