Today’s healthcare providers have countless ways to connect clinicians and patients at every point of care. Dr. Jim Nielsen (CMIO, Baptist Pensacola) discusses how his community health system used the Internet of Things to address operational problems and improve delivery of care, as well as what other organizations can do to implement this themselves.
Part of the Linux Foundation, Hyperledger is an open source initiative to build blockchain solutions across industries. Executive director Brian Behlendorf discusses what blockchain is, and how this “distributed ledger” model applies to healthcare challenges both now and in the future. Recorded at HIMSS 2019.
Founded when blockchain was brand new, Hashed Health uses the technology to strengthen trust, transparency and alignment among healthcare partners. Founder and CEO John Bass addresses the state of blockchain in 2019, current solutions for healthcare credentialing and other functions and what challenges and opportunities remain in the future. Recorded at HIMSS 2019.
A patient and family advocate with years of lived experience, Lisa Danielpour is an expert in optimizing the personal health record for patients and providers alike. In this episode, she discusses her family’s story, how accessing information through patient portals changed the direction of her son’s care journey and how healthcare providers can save time sharing records with patients. Recorded at HIMSS 2019.
Resources in episode:
Open Notes “Putting everyone on the same page”
Beryl Institute Improving Patient Experience
PFCC Partners Patient and Family Centered Care
Lisa Danielpour’s Speaking and Advocacy
Gooseling, Lisa’s site for families dealing with special needs or chronic illness
True interoperability calls for everyone – patients, clinicians, service providers – to come together for the betterment of healthcare. In the final episode of this series, expert Mike McAfee discusses how interoperability is advancing toward a new healthcare ecosystem, how to drive these changes in individual organizations and where listeners can learn more.
Two leaders of innovative health IT solutions discuss strengthening interoperability and improving experiences for clinicians and patients alike. Neil Farish (CEO/Founder Relaymed) and Angela Webster (CTO PatientLink) describe their journeys to developing their solutions and the resources and advice that were key to their success. Recorded at the Allscripts Developer Program Summit.
From hurricanes to system outages, health information exchange systems prepare healthcare communities for any crisis. Dan Porreca, Executive Director of HEALTHeLINK, discusses how local HIEs and health systems build networks on personal trust and knowledge, sharing data that’s needed the most at the time. More at the Strategic Health Information Exchange Collaborative (SHIEC) and the HEALTHeLINK site. Recorded at HIMSS 2018.
As healthcare organizations incorporate new tech, they grow toward operational maturity, becoming interoperable and open in sharing cross-functional data. Philip Bradley of HIMSS Analytics defines maturity models for healthcare and the global trends shaping EMRAM (Electronic Medical Adoption Models). Part One of a two-part series.
Blockchain is a huge buzzword, especially in healthcare. But what is blockchain, and why does it matter? Futurist Garry Golden discusses the exact meaning of blockchain, how it changes the use of data and the possible impact on health IT, payers and providers. Part One of a two-part series.
Healthcare is changing rapidly. Exciting innovations are ahead. Industry thought leaders Tina Joros and Erik Kins discuss staying open, interoperable and connected as our technology shifts. This first episode of Allscripts On Call lays the foundation for learning about the future of healthcare.