The Connectathon attracts more than 500 health IT professionals each year who are there to represent various health IT vendors who often compete for customers outside of the event. In this collaborative environment, each vendor attempts to pass tests utilizing various IHE profiles that users of their product are likely to utilize in real world data exchange scenarios.
"Chilmark Research has outlined adoption in the provider market, as well as provided a framework for the diverse set of technologies and product features, new and old, that comprise the toolkit for patient engagement. We interviewed over a dozen market-leading vendors, numerous delivery systems and healthcare executives and other industry stakeholders to cut away the hype and find out exactly where the market is today."
I have told my staff that I believe in five years it won’t be the IT department, it would be the cloud services department. That is our job will be to empower our users with services. And we might provide some of them, but probably, we’ll procure them. That is sort of the nature. Does anyone really want to run an email server anymore? Not really, right?
I promise not to annoy you too much with more posts about the Health IT Marketing and PR Conference and associated awards programs and Twitter chats. However, I know that many people who read this blog will be interested in the recently announced HITMC (Healthcare IT Marketing and PR Community) Awards. This is done in conjunction with the HITMC conference and the winners will be recognized at the conference in front of hundreds of your peers. You have until the end of February 2015 to submit your nominations, so submit your own or your colleagues work today.
Consolidated CDA merged onto the scene with the announcement of the final rule for Meaningful Use Stage 2 in February 2012. A term unheard of by most before the final rule, C-CDA was an attempt to correct some of the difficulties of the CCD version mandated for Meaningful Use Stage 1. As of 2014, Consolidated CDA remains a Draft Standard for Trial Use, which has drawn some criticism, but it still offers many advantages over standards used in Meaningful Use Stage 1.
The annual IHE Connectathon brings together hundreds of health IT professionals representing the industry’s leading IT vendors who work to demonstrate their applications can work together to effectively exchange health data. Participants choose to qualify, or test, for specific IHE Integration Profiles, which provide a data programming framework organizations use to exchange health data.
Good knowledge is at the core of innovation. The more that people understand the way the world works, the more that they can develop novel solutions to problems. This type of knowledge is called "causal knowledge."
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