Post Profile

The Blockchained Health Record

BY DAN HOUSMAN A couple of weeks ago I was discussing the opportunities for using block chain technology for medical record interoperability with a group of friends who unsurprisingly see their real experience as evidence that we haven’t made it easy to exchange medical records yet. While chatting, one of my friends asked the question
read more


Related Posts

Greenway Medical Technologies' EHR And Interoperability Solution To Be Included As Part Of Detroit Medical Center's Health IT Infrastructure

Health : Medical News Today

Greenway Medical Technologies, a leading provider of an integrated electronic health record (EHR), practice management and interoperability solution, announced a strategic deal with Detroit Medical Center (DMC) where physicians and ...

Electronic Health Records Are By No Means Totally Safe And Risk Free - Worrying Real World Experience.

Medical / Healthcare IT : Australian Health Information Technology

This appeared a little while ago:Hazards tied to medical records rushSubsidies given for computerizing, but no reporting required when errors cause harmBy Christopher RowlandGlobe Staff July 20, 2014Dr. Larry Gordon and medical assi...

The Blocking of Health Information Undermines Interoperability and Delivery Reform

Industries / Medical : The Health Care Blog

By KAREN DeSALVO, MD and JODI DANIEL The secure, appropriate, and efficient sharing of electronic health information is the foundation of an interoperable learning health system—one that uses information and technology to deliver be...

Greenway Launches Website Dedicated to Meaningful Use

Medical / Healthcare IT : EMR Daily News

Greenway Medical Technologies, Inc., provider of the integrated, single-database electronic health record (EHR), practice management and interoperability solutionPrimeSUITE® 2011, today announced the availability of a dedicated webs...

Is Health IT Finally Ready to Tackle Last-Mile Analytics?

Industries / Medical : The Health Care Blog

By DAN HOUSMAN I have spent several years working with specialty medical offices like oncology centers, diabetes clinics, IPAs (Independent Practice Associations), and disease advocacy groups seeking to build health care data wareho...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC