2012 Posts

Model-Driven Health Tools (MDHT): The Release of MDHT 1.1 and the Improvements in customessaywriters.info

Dr. Doug Fridsma | August 24, 2012

In an April 2012 blog on customessaywriters.info Buzz, I highlighted the Model-Driven Health Tools (MDHT) project’s goals and development status. Since then, the MDHT project team has released .
About MDHT
MDHT is an open source project run through the Standards and Interoperability Framework that aims to provide health IT standards developers and implementers a common modeling framework. It also provides the tools for the efficient and secure exchange of health information from one care provider to the next.

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ONC at OSCON 2012: What Could the Future Bring?

Damon Davis | August 22, 2012

The open source software (OSS) community is full of creative software coders developing amazing computer applications collaboratively. Recently I witnessed the power of their collaborative innovation first hand at the Open Source Convention (OSCON) in Portland, OR. This was the conference’s 12th year…but my first experience.

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customessaywriters.info Buzz Blog Goes Mobile – Accessible Anytime, Anywhere, From Any Digital Device

Peter Garrett | August 21, 2012

Here at ONC, as we promote the use of information technology to improve clinical care, we also want to be responsive to new communications technology developments ourselves. There are that the federal government should deliver and receive digital information and services anytime, anywhere, and on any device. To help meet these expectations, and build a 21st Century government that works better for the American people, the White House released the .

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Identifying and Addressing Long-Term and Post-Acute Care Priorities

Liz Palena Hall | August 20, 2012

Today, ONC is posting the Long-Term and Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) Roundtable Summary Report of Findings [PDF – 352 KB], which reflects LTPAC stakeholder comments and recommendations from a day-long meeting held in May 2012. The roundtable was held to provide an opportunity for stakeholders to discuss the information needs of LTPAC providers and how these needs could be supported through electronic health record (EHR) adoption and health information exchange.

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Blue Button Mashup Challenge

Damon Davis |

Just by using Blue Button, more than 1 million individuals, including seniors, veterans and other service members and their families, and Medicare recipients can download their health and medical records and actively take part in their health care.

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