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Some Useful Resources On FHIR

I’ve been collecting quite a bit of useful information about FHIR over the past few months that I thought my readers might be interested in. All of this information is publically available through well-known sources, but unless you follow the space carefully you might have missed some of it. 148 more words


2019: The Era of Health IT M&A is Coming

Over the last few years, the healthcare industry has undergone an incredible revolution. Mobility solutions deployed across the care continuum are providing higher quality patient care. 648 more words

Double Shoulder Holster Designed To Carry Two LMR Portable Radios

Some work teams and group leaders carry their own 2-way radio for internal communications but need to carry a second portable for interoperability. Our universal double shoulder holster is compatible with all 2-way radios including Motorola, Vertex Standard, Kenwood, Harris, HYT, Icom, EFJ, and others. 121 more words


What is SMART on FHIR?

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been immersing myself in a technology that shows promise for developing app stores within Electronic Medical Records and Health Information Exchange environments. 294 more words


ONVIF releases Profile A for broader access control configuration

ONVIF, the global standardisation initiative for IP-based physical security products, has announced the final release of Profile A for broader access control configuration that establishes a standardised interface for access control clients and expands the configuration options of ONVIF-conformant access control systems. 444 more words


ALA Annual Tech Wrap-up

Panel: Marshall Breeding, Tabatha Farney, and Mirela Roncevic

This webinar was meant to serve as a supplement to the ALA Annual Conference which took place in Chicago in June. 1,728 more words


The genesis and evolution of FHIR

In 2011 the Board of HL7 initiated a project called “Fresh Look” with the intent of determining how better to address the interoperability problem. This work was born from an understanding that HL7 v3 had “failed” and was “too hard” to implement in the real world. 292 more words