November 18, 2020 - Stakeholders and healthcare professionals across the country developed 10 patient data sharing principles. These principles intend to help guide health organizations and universities toward the appropriate use of data
COVID-19 has highlighted the need to invest in a robust public health system that supports health equity. “It’s critical that we bolster the secure flow of de-identified health information into public health surveillance systems,” said W
To help providers identify primary care patients with social risks, researchers at Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University turned to machine learning technology. The team developed Uppstroms, a machine learning application that iden
Alliance for Better Health CEO Dr. Jacob Reider discusses the data and IT demands of coordinating SDOH efforts – and the imperative to serve underserved communities, where effects from COVID-19 will be felt long after the pandemic has subsided
The Sequoia Project announced Wednesday that it's forming a new Data Usability Workgroup to continue removing barriers to interoperability, and is calling for participants in advance of its first meeting later this month.
The framework, which the researchers call FIDDLE (Flexible Data-Driven Pipeline), has the power to greatly speed up EHR data preprocessing and assist machine learning (ML) practitioners working with health data, according to a study publ
At the 35th annual Cerner Health Conference, which launched virtually on Tuesday, CEO Brent Shafer described the many ways the company has been helping providers around the world deliver high-quality healthcare more efficiently during t
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When the novel coronavirus began its spread across the United States, it transformed healthcare in its entirety. That includes the health IT sector, where EHR vendors had to brainstorm and develop new EHR implementation ideas.
Crowdsourced ratings face three key barriers to providing transparency for interoperability and health IT products, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA).