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The Liberal government in New South Wales, Australia has pledged A$300 million more investment in eHealth if re-elected on Saturday.
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Data access and control are still big, unsolved issues. Nice summary of my panel with +Ernesto Ramirez at SXSW.
Medical researchers have lots of hopes for Apple's new healthcare data platform, but they also have three big questions.
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AdvaCare Pharma

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Observing the ebola threat.
Maps illustrate the regions worst affected by Ebola in West Africa
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Important #security takeaways from the Verizon PCI Compliance Report
Verizon’s 2015 PCI Compliance Report shows some good news and bad news regarding businesses and PCI compliance. One of the most important findings is that more organizations are meeting full compliance, but they are not able to sustain compliance long-term making compliance alone ineffective for security...
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"Make no mistake, I’m not asking the industry to pump the brakes on FHIR progression and get bogged down in the same committee-driven bureaucracy that has weighed down Direct (e.g., DirectTrust). It would be wise, however, to involve IHE or some other governing body, to streamline, safeguard, and motivate provider organizations to utilize FHIR. Using these three principles may provide a better blend to achieve FHIR- inspired health interoperability."
By ROB BRULL. Screen Shot 2015-03-21 at 3.47.47 PM There has been much enthusiasm in the health IT industry regarding the health data standard that HL7 International is working on, HL7 FHIR, which is now a DSTU (draft standard for trial use). Everyone involved with health data – EHR vendors, ...
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Fighting diabetes in expectant mothers in advance.
Diabetes in expectant mothers is a widespread but little-recognised threat which could be fought relatively easily and cheaply, according to a new study just published.
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Aman Bhandari

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There has been a ton of press on Apple Research Kit and some great quotes. Where this ends up is worthy of debate, let's truly hope this is the first step of many for Apple in helping to push healthcare much further along. Apple has disrupted PCs, telecom, film, music, is healthcare next? Top 10 Quotes on ResearchKit http://bit.ly/Top10ResearchKitQuotes
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Securely Sending Unstructured Data Improves Interoperability for Healthcare Organizations

http://etherfax.net/securely-sending-unstructured-data-improves-interoperability-for-healthcare-organizations/

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When Apple announced, last year, that it was developing a watch that had the functions of a medical device, it became clear that the company was
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Learn more about what's in store for #healthcare  in the future through this article:
There are many developments changing the world of healthcare. Here are 5 of the most important ones that will push for a better healthcare environment.
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Being partial to Epic myself (I help maintain an instance for one of their customers) take this with a grain of salt, but Epic has significant data sharing capabilities that make it both easy and efficient to pull and push CMS compliant XML data to and from external systems (Epic and non-Epic). My experience is private physicians can't afford to subscribe to a HISP for direct push and pull if they are on a smaller EHR and hospitals are very reluctant to push/pull patient data out of ignorant fear and proprietary nature.

I can not speak to Cerner's capabilities in this realm but my observations of the system in the past (clinical workflows) lead me to believe it is not a very flexible system so it would not surprise me if the argument is being pushed by Cerner to accomidate a development dead end they have put themselves in.
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Payers’ involvement in patient care, and their access to clinical data, has remained limited. They have traditionally relied on claims data to build care management applications and cost reduction programs.
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Another major breach of sensitive healthcare data. Companies really ought to have a handle on proper cloud security protocols by now... 
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We hope to see you in a few weeks at #HIMSS15  http://vmw.re/1MNLD9z
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