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  • Interoperability’s new reality

    Tina Joros
    March 23, 2018

    The concept of interoperability is everywhere. We are moving beyond a 1:1, linear approach, to a robust network that enables us to move data in more directions than ever before Read more…

  • Turning medication non-adherence on its head

    Tina Joros
    March 09, 2018

    After helping my dad recover from bilateral knee replacement surgery, I was thankful that patients and caregivers have access to Meducation and a solution that can help them feel confident in managing their medications. Read more…

  • Interoperability for all

    Paul Black
    February 14, 2018

    Interoperability is the foundation for advancing healthcare. To do what’s best for patients, providers need to coordinate care across the entire continuum. And no one should settle for less. Read more…

  • 3 billion data shares (and counting)

    Jim Morrison
    January 18, 2018

    Allscripts hit another major utilization milestone at the end of 2017: our health IT ecosystem has enabled more than 3 billion API data shares in less than five years. Read more…

  • Turning appointment no-shows into revenue opportunities

    Tina Joros
    November 17, 2017

    Practices have been searching for effective ways to fill "no-show" appointments to make up for the lost revenue. But that’s not all it’s costing organizations. Read more…

  • A more proactive way to match patients to clinical trials

    Tina Joros
    October 18, 2017

    Our October App of the Month, ePatientFinder, enables providers to tap into patient data and identify chronic disease patients that may be a match for local clinical trials. Read more…

  • How to evaluate patient education strategies

    Tina Joros
    September 19, 2017

    When re-evaluating patient education, it is important to not only consider technology, such as the electronic health record (EHR), but also the quality of the educational content. Practices should ask themselves these questions. Read more…

  • Modernizing the pediatric practice for millennial parents

    Tina Joros
    March 27, 2017

    Many pediatric practices are discovering that millennial parents (those born from the early 1980s to the late 1990s) have different expectations for their children’s health care than previous generations. Practices like Raleigh Pediatrics, for example, have used tools like Phreesia to help modernize their practices with electronic patient intake and other tech-enabled services that millennial parents have come to expect. Read more…

  • What’s happening with FHIR®? 2

    Jeff Danford
    March 15, 2017

    Since we posted our beginner’s guide to Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) more than a year ago, we’ve seen a lot of change with this standard for health data exchange. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions and answers. Read more…

  • Multiple integration projects: One open API

    Tina Joros
    January 06, 2017

    New care models require health IT infrastructure that can interact with multiple solutions, devices and applications in a more streamlined, scalable and efficient way. Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) can help create a successful health IT ecosystem. NewYork-Presbyterian (NYP), a nonprofit university hospital based in New York City, started using open APIs to achieve interoperability in 2014. Read more…

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