The recent ONC Interoperability Forum brought people together to learn about recent efforts to advance interoperability nationwide and identify concrete actions in response to current interoperability challenges.
HIMSS, HL7 International, and IHE International announce the formation of the Global Consortium for eHealth Interoperability.
47 healthcare organizations. Three HIMSS Maturity Models. All utilized to accomplish one goal: digital transformation in healthcare. See the 2019 list of Stage 7 validated organizations, read their stories and find out what you need to do to be on next year’s list.
Dedicated to improving quality of care, Bayhealth Medical Center leveraged HIMSS maturity models to successfully launch a new population health initiative.
HIMSS Analytics recognizes Sutter Health for their revalidation as a Stage 7 healthcare system, as tracked by the Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model (EMRAM)℠ / Outpatient Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model (O-EMRAM)℠
Mackenzie Health launched an Advanced Clinical Transformation project to implement a new EMR. The project was focused on making information easily accessible to providers through the EMR, while improving efficiency of care delivery.
Five software developers representing more than a quarter of the electronic health record market were recognized by HIMSS for their inclusion of immunization capabilities in their products, as part of the Immunization Integration Program.
HIMSS Analytics recognizes Tucson Medical Center for revalidation as a Stage 7 healthcare system, as tracked by the Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model (EMRAM)℠
A HIMSS Stage 7 success story of how Nebraska Medicine automated its data centers and transitioned to a virtualized compute, network and storage environment without adding unplanned costs or projects.
Children’s Hospital Colorado recently embarked on a journey using the HIMSS Analytics Adoption Model for Analytics Maturity to support their work in obtaining data-driven insights to inform strategies focused on improving community health.
Gathering and sharing accurate information on who has or has not been immunized and where the vaccine stockpiles may be located are important components of the public health strategy to overcome disease.
The Global Consortium for eHealth Interoperability is working collaboratively with other organizations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, accelerating the deployment of healthcare standards to quickly and efficiently share critical patient information and to meet pressing interoperability need...