September 25, 2018
Chris Nerney

Blockchain alone can't solve healthcare interoperability problem

"There is nothing inherent in blockchain that addresses the interoperability problem of healthcare data," Forbes contributor writes.
September 12, 2018
Chris Nerney

Connecticut gets $12 million from CMS to launch HIE

State has struggled since 2007 to develop plans for health information exchange.
September 07, 2018
Chris Nerney

Da Vinci Project aims to boost data sharing for value-based care

Providers, payers, and healthcare tech vendors join HL7 in bid to better leverage FHIR for data exchange.
September 05, 2018
Chris Nerney

Where is tech innovation most needed in healthcare? HIMSS survey respondents tell us

Data sharing and integration seen by 63 percent of respondents as most important candidates for technology innovation.
August 29, 2018
Chris Nerney

Can tech giants fix healthcare interoperability? Survey shows cautious optimism

Nearly 41 percent of Healthcare IT News readers are confident Amazon, Google, and other technology players can solve healthcare interoperability.
August 22, 2018
Chris Nerney

MIT researchers develop "in-body GPS"

“These implants could be used as tiny tracking devices on shifting tumors to help monitor their slight movements,” MIT News writes.
August 15, 2018
Chris Nerney

Tech giants vow to remove healthcare interoperability barriers

"We see this as a historic moment where we can intervene in just the right ways as healthcare shifts to the cloud and makes AI available."
August 10, 2018
Chris Nerney

Medtech vendors must embrace open platforms to enable IoMT, Deloitte says

Research report urges a consensus on interoperability standards and widespread use of open APIs.
August 03, 2018
Chris Nerney

Carequality, CommonWell begin bidirectional health information exchange

Select CommonWell initial sites have shared 4,000 documents with other Carequality-enabled physicians to date.
July 25, 2018
Chris Nerney

Healthcare providers should embrace connected devices, report urges

Concerns about ease of use, reliability, privacy and security slowing deployment of digital health strategies, Frost & Sullivan concludes.