What if, in the midst of a crisis, the CDC could distribute a SMART app to emergency departments as easily as a software developer submits an app to the Apple App Store?
David Kreda, SMART Translation Advisor
Joshua Mandel, SMART Lead Architect
Some readers of our JAMIA paper “Are Meaningful Use Stage 2 certified EHRs ready for Interoperability?” have wondered if we were insinuating that C-CDAs are all but useless because of their heterogeneity and other defects.
We did not say that.
Continue reading “C-CDAs — What are they good for?”
Apple may have just tightened privacy requirements for developers who build apps on its HealthKit platform. But a broad assessment of the industry, published online last week in JAMIA, found that the iTunes and Google Play stores have a long way to go before such policies are readily discoverable and digestible to app users.
Nuviun Blog, June 9, 2014 — Sue Montgomery
In the midst of the struggles that we face with interoperability, efforts that support open API use may well hold the keys to the HIT Kingdom…
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The SMART Advisory Committee had a high-energy kickoff meeting on May 15. Below are some scenes from the day, which featured presentations by Joshua Mandel and Clayton Christensen as well as demonstrations of apps to be deployed in the near future.
Continue reading “Advisory Committee Kickoff a Success”
Today Forbes published Who’s Who Of Health Care Join Forces For SMART Technology, the latest in recent news coverage of the SMART Advisory Committee launch.
Other pieces include:
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Aneesh Chopra, America’s first Chief Technology Officer and member of the SMART Platforms Advisory Committee, has published a new book called Innovative State: How New Technologies Can Transform Government. The SMART Project’s kickoff ITdotHealth meeting in 2009 is among the formative events he describes in Chapter 4, “Opening the Playbook.” Here he is seen with Ken Mandl at the Harvard Book Store, where he discussed the book on May 21. A video of the talk is provided by WGBH.
Our new advisory committee, made up of member organizations with strategic interest in transforming how the healthcare enterprise uses data, will play a critical role in guiding the SMART Platform toward broad adoption and use.
InformationWeek Healthcare, February 25, 2014 — Mark Braunstein
We’ve seen health informatics booms and busts before — will this one be different?
I’ve been attending HIMSS for decades, and in my view, the exhibit hall is the place to get a true pulse of the industry and the field in general. Over the years we’ve seen booms and busts. I remember HIMSS in my hometown of Atlanta during the heyday of health information exchange in the 90s, when the regional phone companies (remember them?) had huge exhibits touting their entry into the health informatics space…
Healthcare Informatics, February 19, 2014 — David Raths
A New HL7 Draft Standard May Boost Web Services Development
Standards development work in healthcare is a challenging, often thankless task, and definitely more of a marathon than a sprint. It isn’t often that a proposed standard garners genuine enthusiasm among people working on interoperability issues, but that is what is happening with HL7 Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR)…
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