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A Look Ahead at 2016: Top 3 Industry Predictions, According to Nextech

Press Release | Nextech | January 8, 2016

Whether they were highlights or lowlights, healthcare stories dominated the news in 2015. The skyrocketing cost of prescription drugs, expanded medical coverage, the meltdown of blood-testing startup Theranos and the arrest of pharmaceutical industry entrepreneur Martin Shkreli, criticized for raising the price of life-saving drugs, were some of the stories that took center stage. Last year also saw a continuation of themes, including the (surprisingly quiet) transition to ICD-10, ongoing massive data hacks and the threat of cybersecurity, M&A activity, and the impact of consumerism on the industry. With all this in mind, here are the top 3 predictions for the New Year...

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CareKit as an Enabler for Patient Generated Healthcare Data

As we move from fee for service to alternative payment models/value-based purchasing we will increasingly measure our progress based on outcomes and total medical expense. HealthKit was an enabler that led Beth Israel Deaconess to create [email protected], an iPhone and iPad app that uploads internet of things (blood pressure cuff, glucometer, scale, activity, sleep data etc.) to our electronic health record. CareKit, announced by Apple this week, takes us one step further on our wellness-focused journey.

CAV Systems to participate in HIMSS MarketConnect

Press Release | CAV Systems Ltd | February 7, 2019

Uri Schor, Chief Technology Officer of CAV Systems Ltd, a leading enterprise software company from Israel, will be attending the HIMSS 2019 Global Conference & Exhibition, February 11 – 15, 2019 in Orlando, Florida. CAV Systems will be participating in MarketConnect, a matchmaking platform created as a collaboration between HIMSS and the Health 2.0 Innovation Team. MarketConnect is designed to break down the barriers of tech adoption within large health systems by directly connecting today’s leading tech companies with pre-qualified executives interested in commercial partnerships.

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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 »

Controversial: The Future is Data Integrity, Not Confidentiality

Kieren McCarthy | The Register | September 24, 2015

The key to the digital future is about data integrity, not data confidentiality. So says Toomas Hendrik Ilves, President of Estonia, who flew into San Francisco Thursday morning to address an internet summit hosted by CloudFlare."I have AB blood," he said by way of example. "I don't particularly care that people know that. But if somehow that information was changed, well then I could end up dead..."

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CORAnet Solutions Champions Patients’ Medical Record Access with Its Personal Health Information Exchange

It has been six years since the HITECH Act passed, yet most Americans seeking medical care are still unable to obtain their full medical records for a variety of reasons whether the hospital will not release them or proprietary EHR system vendors will not allow hospitals, let alone patients, direct access. One Healthcare 2.0 leader, CORAnet Solutions, has developed a tool that finally allows patients access to their complete medical records. This new breakthrough technology enables patients to take control of their personal medical data with CORAnet’s Personal Health Information Exchange (PHIE).

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CORAnet Solutions, Inc.

CORAnetTM Solutions is a rapidly growing Global Healthcare IT company, providing innovative solutions to a more cost-effective personal health records management. We are a dedicated team of Healthcare and Health IT professionals with a shared vision to facilitate health empowerment. As the creators of the Mobile, Interoperable, Personal Health Information Exchange (PHIE) we are singularly focused on our mission to provide a best of breed Mobile, interoperable and secure EHR support solution and thus become the solution of choice for mobile users looking to own, control and access their medical records anytime, anywhere while enabling healthcare practitioners to provide coordinated care to their clients.

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CORAnet™ Takes Home the Frost & Sullivan Competitive Strategy Innovation and Leadership Award for its Outstanding Achievements in the Mobile EHR Market

Press Release | Frost & Sullivan | October 19, 2017

The 2017 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Competitive Strategy Innovation and Leadership was conferred upon CORAnet™ Solutions, Inc. for its robust positioning in the mobile electronic health record (EHR) market. Perceiving the shift toward value-based care, CORAnet™ recognized early that there would be huge demand for mobile personal health record (PHR) solutions. It used this foresight to its advantage by not only delivering novel EHR solutions but also introducing an emergency medicine platform; an ambulatory platform that provides on-demand access to disparate, consolidated and organized PHRs; and a mobile telemedicine platform that offers remote access to care anywhere.

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Frost & Sullivan Applauds CORAnet™'s Efforts to Strengthen its Brand in the Competitive Mobile Electronic Health Record Market

Press Release | Frost & Sullivan | July 17, 2017

Based on its recent analysis of the mobile electronic health record (EHR) market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes CORAnet™ with the 2017 North America Frost & Sullivan Award for Competitive Strategy Innovation and Leadership. CORAnet™ has emerged a successful, cloud-based mobile technology solution provider, offering first responders, doctors, and individual patients 24/7 secure access to personal health records (PHRs). Its advanced software makes possible real-time access to EHR data that is exchangeable along the entire care continuum. This capability is the result of its deep understanding of sophisticated EHR healthcare information technology, health information exchanges, mobile applications, HIPAA and MU3 compliance requirements.

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Guardtime Secures Over a Million Estonian Healthcare Records on the Blockchain

Bylan Allison | IBTimes | March 3, 2016

Guardtime, a cyber-security provider that uses blockchain systems to ensure the integrity of data, is partnering with the Estonian e-Health Authority to secure over a million health care records. Guardtime uses Keyless Signature Infrastructure (KSI), a blockchain technology that provides massive-scale data authentication without reliance on centralised trust authorities. Unlike traditional approaches that depend on asymmetric key cryptography, KSI uses only hash-function cryptography, allowing verification to rely only on the security of hash functions and the availability of a public ledger...

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Halamka Sets Healthcare Innovation Priorities for 2017

As we begin 2017, what should be the focus of our work over the next year?... Regardless of the policies, repeals, and delays of the Trump administration, we’ll still need to optimize usability and support the four goals of value-based purchasing - quality measurement, total medical expense management, practice process improvement and technology adoption. BIDMC has already created a prototype of groupware documentation and we should complete our next generation inpatient documentation solution by mid 2017. Part of that work incorporates open source secure texting as part of the medical record. We’re also piloting Google’s G-suite so that our stakeholders can store/share, collaborate, and communicate on any device from anywhere using only a browser...

Health IT Implementation And The Importance Of Data Liquidity

Mike Behrmann | Segue Technologies | June 19, 2013

We’ve all heard the latest buzz words: big data, data visualization, data integrity. The prevalence of these terms in Health IT circles are evidence that Healthcare organizations are faced with immense amounts of data, and their “buzz” status is more than enough warning that facing data challenges is an imminent prospect. [...] Read More »

How to Cut Through the Noise of the Healthcare Internet of Things

Jennifer Bresnick | HealthIT Analytics | February 10, 2016

Healthcare providers are busy people.  Between high patient loads and the demands of EHR documentation, the reporting requirements, the internal meetings, and the minutes wasted waiting for test results or other communications from the care team, there is often precious little time to get a cup of coffee, let alone sit down to rethink their workflow procedures...

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NIH Unveils Precision Medicine, Genomics, Big Data Analytics Plan

Jennifer Bresnick | HealthIT Analytics | September 21, 2015

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has published a detailed framework outlining its vision for the development of its Precision Medicine Initiative, a wide-ranging research program that hopes to integrate healthcare big data analytics, advances in genomics, and targeted therapies into real-world clinical applications...

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ONC Announces Blockchain Challenge Winners

Press Release | U.S. Department of Health and Human Services | September 1, 2016

The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) today announced the winners of the Use of Blockchain in Health IT and Health-related Research Challenge.  A Blockchain—most commonly associated with digital currency—is a data structure that can be timed-stamped and signed using a private key to prevent tampering.  ONC received more than 70 submissions from a wide range of individuals, organizations and companies addressing ways that Blockchain technology might be used in health and health IT to protect, manage, and exchange electronic health information...

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