Smart adding Security to FHIR APIs
How to maximize security by adding SMART(s) to your FHIR APIs
Supporting safe access to data, enabling the open healthcare ecosystem.
The Integration Challenge
Successfully migration from a legacy engine.
Using Rhapsody as a FHIR Façade (Part Two)
Dr. David Hay continues his deep-dive into Rhapsody and FHIR.
What Happens When Things Finally Catch FHIR? 3 Lingering Questions
As the industry began to evaluate the landscape that ultimately lead to the initiation of FHIR as a standard, it recognized some of the limitations the way healthcare information has been exchanged.
Healthcare Ex Machina: When Machines Know Better Than Humans
As the world looks to reduce the crippling cost of healthcare, Remote Patient Monitoring has emerged as one way to stem the rising financial tide.
Let’s make Integrated Care a reality
Integrated Care is information-driven, addressing the needs of the population through innovative solutions
How Can You Create a Secure FHIR Ecosystem?
FHIR focuses on decreasing interoperability costs and unlocking technical innovation in healthcare, and it does this by supporting an ecosystem of information providers and consumers via open APIs.
How has RaaS impacted the University of Louisville?
Darren Powell, Director - IT Integration at the University of Louisville Hospital, on the impact of RaaS.
For more information on Rhapsody as a Service, visit: http://rhapsody.health
University of Louisville Hospital - A Rhapsody Case Study
Darren Powell, Director - IT Integration at the University of Louisville Hospital, discusses the success of their Rhapsody as a Service partnership. For more information on Rhapsody as a Service, visit: http://rhapsody.health
This price is right: How moving to the cloud can save you money
One of the most compelling reasons to migrate to the cloud is the well marketed ‘cost savings’ that come from the transition.
Cloud-based Health IT: Now is the Time
Healthcare has lagged behind other industries in moving to the cloud, partly for good reason and partly due to inertia.
Using Rhapsody as a FHIR façade (Part One)
Dr. David Hay deep-dives into Rhapsody and FHIR.