Study: EHRs will improve, but interoperability may remain elusive

Despite the embrace of modern electronic health records by providers, legacy IT systems will continue to act as obstacles...
Chris Nerney Feb 10, 2016 send mail

LATEST NEWS

Electronic data sharing varies widely by state, survey shows

Only one in three office-based physicians electronically shared patient health information with external providers in 2014...

San Diego Health Connect leverages identity validation to improve patient matching

California health information exchange now sees 98 percent matching rate after upgrading the technology used to manage its...

DASH awards $2 million in grants to 10 data-sharing projects

A national program launched by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is awarding 10 grants totaling $2 million to projects...

Desire for better technology is driving practices, survey shows

Nearly one in five physicians plan to replace either their electronic health records or practice management systems to...

Major health IT players embrace Carequality Interoperability Framework

The new collaborative of public and private organizations dedicated to health IT interoperability has attracted support...

Indiana HIE, The Health Collaborative join Reid Health to launch interstate data partnership

Three major health organizations are partnering to enable the digital sharing of health data across two neighboring...

perspectives

Feb 10, 2016
Despite the embrace of modern electronic health records by providers, legacy IT systems will continue to act as obstacles to interoperability,...
Feb 10, 2016
Chris Nerney
Only one in three office-based physicians electronically shared patient health information with external providers in 2014, even though nearly three-...
Feb 03, 2016
Bill Siwicki
California health information exchange now sees 98 percent matching rate after upgrading the technology used to manage its index.