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CosmosOne Goes Beyond the Ordinary VNA

Today marks the launch of CosmosOne™, a living medical archive that goes beyond the offerings of an ordinary VNA. In addition to centralizing all types of patient health information into a unified, actionable medical record so it can be accessed and shared in real-time, CosmosOne is highly scalable and flexible, always up to date and provides reliable business continuity and security. 245 more words

What is #BlockChain? Implications for Healthcare by @msharmas

In my previous article I discussed about the benefits and barriers to the use of an Integrated Health Information Platform. In healthcare the need for presenting the Information to the Right Person at the Right Time has been proven to improve outcomes in patient treatment.

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Manish Sharma

Talking Home Care Episode 2: Tim Rowan on New Tech All Agencies Need

In the second episode of Talking Home Care, Pat Kelleher talks with Tim Rowan, editor of the Home Care Technology Report. Topics include: 137 more words


Building a Medical Education Technology Consortium

We would love to start a conversation about collaboration between our institutions:

The Problem

  • Medical schools have a unique set of educational challenges due to the intersection of conventional instructional methods, teaching in the clinical setting and LCME accreditation requirements.
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Healthcare Affected by Providers’ Interoperability using Health Information Exchanges


This paper explores how the healthcare industry works with relation to clinical data interoperability between providers and Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). It examines the methods they use regarding the exchange and offers solutions which have the potential to not only facilitate the procedure, but to open new opportunities that are not possible or easily accessible at this time such as credible regional and national health data for use in public health. 5,678 more words


Patient Centered Systems

What will it take to move our healthcare system to a truly patient-centered system? We know based on multiple data points that engaged patients have a big impact on the successful outcome of treatment. 1,416 more words

Healthcare Technology

Standards: sometimes good, sometimes bad


Standardisation makes many administrative processes better. If people are submitting forms, it’s easier to process those forms when they follow a standard design. If students want to find out the time and place of their lectures, they want that information in a standard way. 544 more words