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Why health IT systems integrate poorly today, and what future EHRs can do about it

The push for health data interoperability won't work unless the approach is modernized.

New Internet-centric approaches to health IT systems are needed, and the government should be mandating a more modern open style of data exchange that breaks through monolithic systems.

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Principles of patient access in Directed Exchange

This is an opportunity to rethink how health data flows.

In this digital world, health data that's 36-hours old can only be analyzed as a post-mortem. Health data that's 30-days old is already rotting.

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Direct Project will be required in the next version of Meaningful Use

Direct Project will be required in the next version of Meaningful Use

The Direct Project is poised to become the first health Internet platform.

Given the way that healthcare is financed in the U.S., it's reasonable to expect that many doctors will have a Direct email address to communicate with other doctors and their patients in a few years.

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Preview of HIMSS 2012

Collaboration, trust in platforms, and application of social media are key health IT trends.

Brian Ahier says we're at a pivotal moment for healthcare and health IT. Many of the core issues that will shape these domains in the years to come will be discussed at the upcoming Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conference.

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