Jacob Reider – Design of EMR Panel Discussion – HxRefactored

Jacob Reider, Cheif  Medical Office at US Department of HHS, leads a panel discussion on the challenges and the future of EMR design featuring major players Cerner, athenahealth, Practice Fusion, and Allscripts.

 

 

 

Cerner – Personal Health Platform

Clay Patterson, Managing Director, Personal Health, & Michael Ash, VP, Physician Strategy, Cerner

Cerner is a dominant provider enterprise system vendor in the hospital world. So what is it doing on stage at Health 2.0? Clay and Michael are here to show us how Cerner’s new Personal Health Platform is moving data from a provider silo into a data utility layer, and off to other applications like Cerner Active. You get extra points if you know who owns the Major League Soccer team that might just show up somewhere in this demo.

Tools and Unplatforms Part 1: The Data Utility Layer

In the last year the complexity of moving data has increased, but technological solutions linking data in different systems, while tackling the thorny issues of privacy, identity and permissions, are becoming more important. This panel will show some of those leading solutions, and the many unplatforms they need to connect with. (UnPlatforms comprise the next frontier in moving data between web/mobile/ubiquitous internet connected devices).

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Jacob Reider – Design of EMR Panel Discussion – HxRef ...

Jacob Reider, Cheif  Medical Office at US Department of HHS, leads a panel discussion on the challenges and the future of EMR design featuring major players Cerner, athenahealth, Practice Fusion, and Allscripts.

 

 

 

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Cerner – Personal Health Platform

Clay Patterson, Managing Director, Personal Health, & Michael Ash, VP, Physician Strategy, Cerner

Cerner is a dominant provider enterprise system vendor in the hospital world. So what is it doing on stage at Health 2.0? Clay and Michael are here to show us how Cerner's new Personal Health Platform is moving data from a provider silo into a data utility layer, and off to other applications like Cerner Active. You get extra points if you know who owns the Major League ...
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Tools and Unplatforms Part 1: The Data Utility Layer

In the last year the complexity of moving data has increased, but technological solutions linking data in different systems, while tackling the thorny issues of privacy, identity and permissions, are becoming more important. This panel will show some of those leading solutions, and the many unplatforms they need to connect with. (UnPlatforms comprise the next frontier in moving data between web/mobile/ubiquitous internet connected devices).