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Posts Tagged ‘Texas HIMSS’

#TexasHIMSS: MD Anderson’s Consumer Driven Cloud Based Solution

MD Anderson uncovered a potential problem. Their physicians were using non-approved cloud based storage programs that they “may or may not” have been using to share PHI. I will note that they use a pretty broad definition for “consumer driven”. I define consumers as the target market that, in this case, a healthcare provider must […]

#TexasHIMSS: Mobile Health at Rockdale Medical Center

At Texas HIMSS today I was able to view a use case for Enterprise Mobile. That’s the term I use to describe the use of mobile devices internal to a healthcare organization. In this case, Rockdale enabled a single point of workflow across disparate data sources and care locations to enable physicians via a mobile […]

#TexasHIMSS: “Godfather of PCMH” & the Future of Medicine

I am at Texas HIMSS this week in Dallas, Texas. The opening keynote was provided by IBM’s Paul Grundy who has also become known as the “Godfather of the Patient Centered Medical Home”. He provided a good overview of the history of efforts surrounding connecting data to care. Towards the end of his chat he […]