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.
Tag: Electronic Medical Records
We take a close look at award-winning iBlueButton app and discuss it with Dr. Bettina Experton, founder and CEO of the company that developed the app. A #TEDMED 2013 find.
A mobile attempt to solve the Electronic Medical Records situation for Android, called Patient Records Doctor ON GO is reviewed.
Nightingale, winner of the Health Design Challenge, provides an integrated visual interface for electronic medical records.
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.
Blueprint Health alum 5 O’Clock Records announces deal to add their third-party medical records request service to the Hello Health Electronic Medical Monetization Platform.
Shareable Ink raises $5 million from Lemhi Ventures to continue the build out of the company’s iPad app and paper records digitization program.
The New York City Investment Partners (@NYCIF) and the New York eHealth Collaborative (@NYeHealth) announced the launch of the New York Digital Health Accelerator (NYDHA) for early- and growth-stage digital health companies developing technologies for care coordination, patient engagement, analytics and message alerts for healthcare providers. The NYDHA is definitely taking a unique approach to the accelerator […]
Todd Park (@todd_park), newly appointed Chief Technology Officer of the Federal government, gave an inspiring keynote address at Healthbox investor day in Chicago this week. Park, co-founder of athenahealth in 1997, is clearly very passionate about entrepreneurs and a big believer in the entrepreneur’s ability to effect tremendous disruption through invention. There has never been […]
Cloud computing offers individuals and businesses a tremendously powerful tool for managing data across multiple devices and physical locations simply and securely. Dropbox has been a wildly successful startup largely because they were able to harness the power of the cloud and deliver it to consumers using very easy to use tools that integrate seamlessly […]
[Ed. This is the second of a two part series. Check out part one here] In October, the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA) published a study by led by Mark Frisse, MD demonstrating significant cost savings when emergency departments (ED) have access to patients’ data via health information exchange (HIE). The study […]