By Avinash Shanbhag & John Bender – Application programming interfaces are powerful tools that help support interoperability in healthcare. Simply put, APIs allow a software “Application A” to interact with a software “Application B” without Application A needing to know how Application B’s software is designed internally.Read More
The Quality Payment Program Application Programming Interface Developer Preview environment is now open for testing QPP submissions for performance year 2019.
By Abhinav Shashank – Digital disruption, in any industry, comes in waves. While other industries have benefitted from modern technology, healthcare has some catching up to do.
April 3-4, 2019 Marina del Rey Marriott, Marina Del Rey CA MEDITECH’s Strategic Leadership Summit is a brand new event designed especially for clinical leaders…
By Don Rucker MD – I remember when visiting a city required paper maps and often actual guidebooks. Today, I tap on a map app on my phone, enter my destination, and review options for getting from point A to point B.
By Judah Thornewill, Bob Esterhay MD, Eric C. Schneider MD, Aneesh Chopra & William Yasnoff – While more and more doctors’ offices, hospitals, and other providers are using EHRs, patients rarely have access to their digital health data.
By Irv H. Lichtenwald – We will get to a point where EHRs are a great deal more functional and user friendly, where APIs link most if not all health IT platforms and clinical devices, where wearable technology enables remote monitoring of patient condition.
Carefluence has the first open application programming interface (API) software platform certified by the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) for Health Information Technology, providing any currently deployed EHR software with a standards-based open API solution.
By Matt Patterson MD – In a variety of recent private and panel discussions with health and policy leaders, I’ve heard encouraging talk around interoperability through open and available application programming interfaces (APIs).