Greg Stack

  • How has RaaS impacted the University of Louisville?

    How has RaaS impacted the University of Louisville?

    Darren Powell, Director - IT Integration at the University of Louisville Hospital, on the impact of RaaS.

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  • University of Louisville Hospital Case Study

    University of Louisville Hospital Case Study

    Darren Powell, Director - IT Integration at the University of Louisville Hospital, discusses the success of their Rhapsody as a Service partnership.

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  • Three key things to look for in an integration engine

    Three key things to look for in an integration engine

    There are a number of integration engines available for healthcare providers—each with different capabilities and features—and choosing the right one for your organization can be difficult.

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  • Could a DNA test help save your life?

    Could a DNA test help save your life?

    My grandfather was a strong, resilient, smart and compassionate man. His muscles developed during his career as a carpenter; his hardiness born in the rural Waikato. He was what we might refer to...

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  • Slow and Steady: The Journey Toward Interoperability

    Slow and Steady: The Journey Toward Interoperability

    In this world of instant communication and seemingly endless amounts of disruptive apps, it may seem like health information technology (HIT) has languished. However, there has been a monumental...

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  • Interoperability vs. the Opioid Crisis

    Interoperability vs. the Opioid Crisis

    The opioid crisis has passed a catastrophic milestone in the United States, taking the lives of over 100 Americans a day with no sign of slowing. Lawmakers and healthcare providers are urgently...

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  • Big Data Life Savers

    Big Data Life Savers

    With almost two billion smart phones worldwide, and over 15 percent of Americans owning wearables such as Fitbits, the collection of health and lifestyle data has never been easier. But with this...

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