interoperability

Open source health
This year has seen a good deal of discussion about the escalating costs of healthcare and shrinking access to it. Most of the discussion has centered around how to fix the problems with a series of buzzwords entering our lexicon,  ACO, patient-centered health, EHR-EMR-HIT interoperability, and pay-... Read more
0 comments Posted 29 Dec 2011 by Lori Mehen (Red Hat) Feed
What a difference three years makes. It seems quaint now that in the 2008 NEJM there were concerns raised about the flow of health information onto the web. Back then there was but a faint trickle of what could be entered, mostly by hand, and accessed on the web. Before HITECH and health care... Read more
4 comments Posted 23 May 2011 by Leonard Kish Feed
Recognizing the role of open source and open standards in innovation, the European Commission released yesterday its long-awaited “European Interoperability Framework.” This official policy (the “EIF”)
1 comment Posted 17 Dec 2010 by Mark Bohannon (Red Hat) Feed
For decades, first responders have dealt with a lack of interoperable communications products. The 9/11 Commission Report1 and the Katrina Report2 both concluded that the absence of interoperable communications among public safety organizations at the local, state, and federal levels was a serious... Read more
2 comments Posted 5 Oct 2010 by Melanie Chernoff (Red Hat) Feed
Lock on a building
After a decade-long battle, terms of a settlement agreement were finally reached last week between the European Commission and Microsoft regarding anticompetitiveness. The official settlement is a win for European consumers, but the simultaneous Public Undertaking on Interoperability issued by... Read more
3 comments Posted 23 Dec 2009 by Melanie Chernoff (Red Hat) Feed