A hot trend in the healthcare ecosystem today is patient engagement, and much has been made about what effects increasing engagement can have on the industry. However, few have delved into why patients should buy-in.
Analytics: The Fifth Step to Accountable Care
In this 6 A's blog series, we have been outlining our proven process for organizations to successfully re-a...
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What is smart about SMART on FHIR?
Substitutable Medical Applications and Reusable Technologies (SMART) is a healthcare standard, that adds a layer of security in front of FHIR interfaces to support safe access to data.
Why is it important to have a future-focused data platform?
To enable data analytics, machine learning, value-based care, and population health management
Gain new insights from traditional and emerging data types
In the age of BI and machine learning, Amadeus CORE is leveraging traditional and emerging data types to unlock hidden potential.
The vital role of coordinators in successful patient transitions
Implementing and following an effective patient-centred, coordinated transition of care model is essential to curbing an increased avoidable hospital readmission rate.
Driving change in nursing informatics
We’re thrilled to congratulate Angela de Zwart (RGON, MPH), Principal Clinical Consultant for Orion Health who has been awarded The Robyn Carr Cup for Excellence in Nursing Informatics.
The health platform for the age of AI: 5 innovative capabilities of Amadeus CORE
Amadeus CORE, provides a health platform for the age of AI, with capabilities to facilitate the secure and reliable data exchange from ingestion to data access.
Easy data access for reporting and analytics
Wouldn’t it be great to extend your health organizations integration engine with Amazon Web Services (AWS) secure cloud storage, and not have to worry about how you would get access to the data in...
How to derive actionable insights during data integrations
Amadeus CORE provides out-of-the-box dashboards and reports that provide useful insights into traffic trends, message characteristics and flow patterns that will improve operational efficiency.
Who are HL7 and why are they so important for Health IT?
HL7 International started in the 1980’s in an attempt to standardize the exchange of key information within a hospital – patient registrations, laboratory tests and medications.
What healthcare data would you like to unlock?
Without straightforward access to healthcare data and information, the possibility of building an app ecosystem will remain a dream.
Wishing our Rhapsody team all the best
We are delighted to announce the completion of Hg’s acquisition of Rhapsody and a 24.9% stake in Orion Health’s Population Health Management business. Orion Health retains a 24.9% investment in...
Why is the re-use of data important for the future?
With vast amounts of data from multiple sources to contend with, healthcare organisations often have to deal with complex and expensive technology options for handling and storing data.
3 steps towards improving problem lists
Improving patient care through a standardized approach
Extend your integration engine with secure cloud storage
From an existing Rhapsody® Integration Engine or a similar engine you can securely batch or stream structured, semi-structured and unstructured health data into Amadeus CORE.
Digitally Sharing Adverse Reactions
A project that clinically validates an information model
Launching Amadeus CORE to help health organizations start their data journey
Amadeus CORE enables secure and scalable Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud storage to provide a platform for data analytics, machine learning, value-based care, and population health management.
This price is right: How moving to the cloud can save you money
Damian Leopard, Solutions Consultant, looks at where the real and immediate cost savings of migrating to the cloud come from
Using Rhapsody as a FHIR Façade Part Two
In part two, Dr. David Hay dives into leveraging Rhapsody and FHIR resources.
Cloud-based Health IT: Now is the Time
Managing an information technology infrastructure is a hard job.
Why are healthcare organizations still reliant on fax machines?