The AMA will work with Indian University and the Regenstrief Institute to launch a EHR training program for medical students.
A Precision Medicine pilot, Sync for Science, will bring together EHR vendors to create an API to facilitate medical research.
We chat with iHealth’s Jim Taschetta about Epic, Android, and their future.
Blackberry has invested an undisclosed amount in California based NanthHealth, a cloud-based medical IT provider. NanthHealth’s speciality is to connect medical devices to digitally share healthcare records.
Self-tracking devices will increasingly be linked to EHRs, thereby presenting clinicians with an interesting opportunity as well as challenges.
The Blue Button community and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT asked patients and caregivers to cote for the applications that best manage their health and financial health data. A “crowdvote” was called to determine which of these new apps should be crown as winners of the challenge and receive $35,000 in prizes.
eClinicalWorks has created a new business called Healow (Health and Online Wellness). The $25 million investment is aimed to better connect patients, doctors, and medical data. They started with the Healow mobile app.
The ONC has announced the winners of the Reporting Patient Safety Events Challenge, with the top prize of $50,000 going to an app submitted by CRG Medical and iHealthExchange called KBCoreSM.
For those familiar with the Veterans Affairs Healthcare System, the Blue Button is a common facet of access to medical data. However, while the system is great, visually it is a let down. Recognizing this area of potential improvement, the VA is sponsoring a competition to find those that may help it design a more visually appealing design for future use.
The Pinaxis Apollo application has been named the winner of the ONC-sponsored EHR Accessibility Module Challenge.
Developers have less than two weeks to submit their applications for the ONC Blue Button Mash Up Challenge.
PocketHealth is a patient app developed by Cognovant as a mobile Personal Health Record (mPHR) available for the iPhone, iPad and Android platforms. This is an ambitious and comprehensive app based on Electronic Health Record features for individual use. It’s stated purpose by the developer is to allow consumers to take control of their health data and care for their own personal use and to share with their providers. It is encrypted and stored solely on the device.