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4 Big Data Threats Health Org’s Are Socially Obligated To Safeguard Against

Carl Ascenzo | Government Health IT | September 20, 2012

The explosion of big data continues as it brings to picture a wealth of information possessed by the healthcare industry including credit card information, personal security details, medical procedures, diagnosis codes, insurance claims and more. Read More »

6 Ways Physicians can Free Patient Records

A certain doctor's practice had been using EHR software for many years; they had been paying a pretty penny too.  For their own reasons they wanted to change their software. They were going to brave the uncertain and scary world of transitioning their current EHR to another one. A round of applause for that decision alone, for many practices tolerate their EHR system only because they have paid a lot of money for it and have spent a lot of time training on it. They just don’t want to go through the pain all over again. This works out in favor of most EHR system vendors, doesn't it? Make the process so painful and costly that the physicians would not want to go through it again, thereby locking the caregivers into an eternal commitment.

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A Layer Above It All: Healtheway’s Value Prop

John Moore | Chilmark Research | October 25, 2012

Now that NwHIN has been spun-out into the public-private entity Healtheway one has to wonder exactly what value they can deliver to market that will sustain them as they attempt to ween themselves from the federal spigot. Healtheway has no lack of challenges ahead but they intend to target one area that presents an interesting opportunity. Question is: Are they too early to market? Read More »

Apple Is Quietly Working on Turning Your iPhone into the One-Stop Shop for All Your Medical Info

Christina Farr | CNBC | June 14, 2017

Imagine turning to your iPhone for all your health and medical information — every doctor's visit, lab test result, prescription and other health information, all available in a snapshot on your phone and shared with your doctor on command. No more logging into hospital websites or having to call your previous doctor to get them to forward all that information to your new one. Apple is working on making that scenario a reality...

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BRISSkit Community Day And Hack Event

Kirsty Pitkin | Event Amplifier | November 4, 2012

The BRISSkit project aims to host, implement and deploy biomedical research database applications that support the management and integration of tissue samples with clinical data and electronic patient records. Read More »

BRISSKit: Connecting Researchers With Clinical Data

Jonathan Rans | Digital Curation Centre (DCC) | November 7, 2012

The UK government is starting to recognise the value of data to the economy and is developing policy that aims to realise that worth. One of the largest and, potentially, most useful repositories of information in the country is the NHS, housing vast quantities of patient data with myriad applications. [...] Read More »

Can Data Provide the Trust we Need in Health Care?

One of the problems dragging down the US health care system is that nobody trusts one another. Most of us, as individuals, place faith in our personal health care providers, which may or may not be warranted. But on a larger scale we’re all suspicious of each other... Read More »

Clinovo Launches New Version Of CDISC® Express, Its CDISC SDTM Mapping Tool

Press Release | Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium (CDISC), Clinovo | August 27, 2013

Downloaded Over 900 Times Globally, Clinovo Releases CDISC Express version 1.1, its SAS-based CDISC SDTM Conversion Tool, adding additional domains and following the new SDTM 3.1.3 specifications. Read More »

Consumer Guide Promotes Personal Health Records

Ken Terry | InformationWeek | September 17, 2012

The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) has issued a guide to help consumers understand how they can access their medical records and what they can do with them. Read More »

Event Report: BRISSKit Community Day And Hack Event

Kirsty Pitkin | BRISSKit | November 2, 2012

The BRISSKit Community Day brought together project partners, interested biomedical research groups, developers and domain experts to learn about the BRISSKit toolkit: a national shared service designed to host, implement and deploy biomedical research database applications that support the management and integration of tissue samples with clinical data and electronic patient records. Read More »

Health Technology’s ‘Essential Critic’ Warns Of Medical Mistakes

Jay Hancock | Kaiser Health News (KHN) | February 18, 2013

Computer mistakes like the one that produced incorrect prescriptions for thousands of Rhode Island patients are probably far more common and dangerous than the Obama administration wants you to believe, says Drexel University’s Dr. Scot Silverstein. Read More »

Healthcare's Big Problem With Little Data

Dan Munro | Forbes | April 28, 2013

Every year, the analyst firm Gartner publishes between 90 and 100 “Hype Cycles” with insight on about 1,900 different technologies. The Hype Cycle above is the one for Emerging Technologies for 2012 (published in August) and shows “Big Data” heading toward the “Peak of Inflated Expectations.” Read More »

How Cloud-Based Tools Can Help With FDA Compliance

Sunil Gupta | Life Science Reader | September 5, 2013

These days, enforcing FDA compliance and mentoring new team members are more challenging than ever, thanks to a workforce that is more remote, international, and diverse. [...] With these changes, pharmaceutical companies need to adapt to grow and ride the cost-conscious trend just to survive... Read More »

Johnson & Johnson Announces Clinical Trial Data Sharing Agreement With Yale School of Medicine

Press Release | Johnson & Johnson, Yale School of Medicine | January 30, 2014

Johnson & Johnson today announced that its subsidiary, Janssen Research and Development, LLC, has entered into a novel agreement with Yale School of Medicine's Open Data Access (YODA) Project that will extend its commitment to sharing clinical trials data to enhance public health and advance science and medicine.  

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Kanteron Systems Selects Dicom Systems Unifier as Universal Enterprise Imaging Adapter

Press Release | Kanteron Systems, Dicom Systems | March 16, 2016

Kanteron Systems, the leading aggregator of Genomics, Pathology and Radiology imaging and data for multi-discipline clinical specialists, has selected Dicom Systems and its Enterprise Imaging Workflow Unifier as a universal adapter to seamlessly integrate its clinical data management solutions within any healthcare enterprise environment. "This partnership is highly symbiotic," said Florent Saint-Clair, Dicom Systems EVP. "Kanteron reduces data fragmentation at the clinical level, while Dicom Systems focuses on reducing IT-level fragmentation and communications.

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