Posts Tagged ‘FHIR’

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Healthcare PowerByte: Interoperability – Make Data a Strategic Business Asset

Interoperability: it’s the tech initiative with a big heart. Why? Because at its data core, it puts consumers first, giving them access to their health information when they need it most and in a way they can best use it. Approached strategically and at an enterprise level, interoperability presents a big win for healthcare organizations, […]

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Making Patient Data Accessible with Healthcare Interoperability

As of January 1st, 2021, Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, CHIP, and plans on the federal Exchange beginning in 2012 are required to support a standardized FHIR API.  Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) is a standard for exchanging electronic health records that is easier to implement as it uses current API technology. This standard facilitates interoperation for legacy systems, allowing for a […]

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[Podcast] Healthcare Data is Changing Consumer Care

Healthcare leaders have access to more healthcare data and technology than ever before allowing them to transform patient and member care. A one-size-fits-all-approach doesn’t work anymore and we’re being challenged to do more through personalized medicine. In season 1 episode 2 of the Intelligent Data Podcast, host Arvind Murali and his guest Juliet Silver, Perficient’s […]

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Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare Is Generally Available

At Perficient, we see a lot of our partners investing in healthcare in general.  Most of our partners have evolved to the point where their tools are HIPAA compliant and many are willing to sign BAA’s.  I think it’s significant then that Microsoft’s recent announcement that Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare is generally available. Getting beyond […]

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Interoperability Options To Meet CMS Final Rule

The CMS Final Rule has caused a lot of debate among the interoperability team at Perficient. It’s one of the first times payer or health insurers have had to react to these types of rules. The way they treat the data and the location of all the data makes this a different ball game than […]

Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) Explained

What is FHIR? FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) Specification is a standard for exchanging healthcare information electronically. Healthcare records are increasingly becoming digitized. As patients move around the healthcare ecosystem, their electronic health records must be available, discoverable, and understandable. Further, to support automated clinical decision support and other machine-based processing, the data must be […]

Connect with Perficient at CA World 2016

Perficient is proud to be exhibiting at CA World 2016, November 14-18 at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. As the premier CA user conference, this year’s event will likely include over 5,000 IT professionals. We hope you’re among those attending this year and that we’ll be able to connect with you during […]

APIs in Healthcare: Increase the Value of Health Data

CHALLENGES MAKING MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF DATA MEANINGFUL  Healthcare data requires high security – but that can also lead to difficulty in sharing information when needed. Interoperability of healthcare data requires a modernized infrastructure to enhance communication and access. With restrictive formats like EDI and HL7, along with the unstructured data generated by wearables and devices, providers and health plans have […]

15 Health IT Standards and Interoperability Rockstars to Know

15 Health IT Standards and Interoperability Rockstars to Know

Health IT Standards and Interoperability Rockstars to Know from Perficient, Inc. Health IT standards and health information interoperability are at the forefront of the healthcare industry. There are many challenges, unanswered questions and interested parties when it comes to the development of health IT standards and interoperability in healthcare. While advocates and leaders of standards […]