How to Involve Clinicians in Health IT Projects
We need clinicians deeply involved in healthcare projects – it’s well recognized that projects that are clinically led have a higher success rate than those that are technically led.
The Basic Architecture of Rhapsody as a Service
RaaS is a fully managed, monitored and supported implementation of Rhapsody, hosted in a cloud environment to meet the expectations of the popular Software-as-a-Service model.
University of Louisville Hospital goes live with Rhapsody as a Service
Powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS), RaaS is providing UofL Hospital rapid and scalable interoperability, connecting disparate technologies within their healthcare system.
Why a partnership between telehealth and integration is important
Telehealth is one of the fastest growing areas of healthcare and behavioral health is the latest specialty to use it to achieve better clinical outcomes, increased patient satisfaction, and lower cost
Are you prepared for IoT in Healthcare?
Rhapsody as a Service (RaaS) combines the best-in-class integration engine, Rhapsody, with all of the forward-thinking features required for providers wanting to prepare for, and capitalize on, IoT.
Are you getting the most out of Rhapsody and the Mapper?
Orion Health’s Rhapsody Certification Program upskills users, and providers, to get the most out of the integration engine and its many features, such as the Mapper.
The Internet of Things is Coming to Healthcare
The Internet of Things is slowly but surely becoming integrated into many aspects of society but a number of the features we have come to expect in our homes have yet to be implemented in hospitals.
Are You Rhapsody Certified?
While Rhapsody is a very intuitive integration engine, there are still a number of tips and tricks that can help staff working with Rhapsody to expand their knowledge and be more efficient.
Three key things to look for in an integration engine
To determine which engine is best for your organization you should consider as many options as possible and ask some tough questions.
Five nines: a worthy pursuit or a waste of money?
As increasing numbers of organizations move to the cloud, software vendors pursuit of perfection is intensifying and nowhere is it more obvious than in their search for the elusive ‘five nines’.
Why is interoperability so important for healthcare organizations?
Interoperability - or rather a lack of interoperability - remains a dilemma for many healthcare organizations.
Ecosystem Thinking Based on FHIR APIs
Ecosystem thinking gives us the ability to achieve a truly open healthcare data system, by enabling healthcare information to be made available where and when it is needed.