InteropNOW Podcast Michelle Blackmer Q&A

Michelle Blackmer

Q&A: Data interoperability and the future of health IT

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Stephan Rubin

Do doctors really care about interoperability? … and other insights from Day 2 of ViVE2022

A session from ViVE Day 2, The Complicated Convergence of Clinical and Claims Data, evolved into a conversation about how challenges in interoperability are secondary to challenges in care delivery,

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Lyniate Team

Lyniate introduces Rapid, a healthcare API gateway

Rapid is a healthcare API gateway and manager designed to help health teams create and safeguard APIs, including Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR)-based APIs like those required by the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Rule.

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Austin Dobson

What payers need to know about integrating clinical data

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Lyniate Team

FHIR®: 3 Real-World Scenarios

Learn about FHIR use cases for prior authorization support, payer coverage decision exchange, and medical reconciliation process. Links to additional tools: IHE profiles, HL7 FHIR Guides.

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Lyniate Team

HL7 FHIR® Resources

Learn what HL7 FHIR, or Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources, is and browse our helpful FHIR resources to discover how it may impact you.

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Patient Generated Health Data

Sean Zitello

Using Rhapsody as a FHIR® Façade (Part One)

Anyone who maintains a store of clinical data will be thinking about if and how they should be exposing that data for use by external applications. In reality, there are a large number of issues to address when doing this, as it is highly sensitive data

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Lyniate Team

Why is Interoperability So Important for Healthcare Organizations?

But what is Interoperability? I think there are (at least) 2 aspects to interoperability – the technical and the social.

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Melanie Medina

FHIR® – The Basics

FHIR® will allow clinicians to become more involved in the delivery of health-related IT projects – it is widely recognized that clinician lead IT projects have a higher success rate than technically lead ones. FHIR® represents a major standards upgrade that will boost access to health information, which will improve access to a patient’s electronic health record.

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