In today's healthcare market, several different forces are pushing payers to integrate all aspects of patient care. To be successful, payer organizations must be able to facilitate access to the same information set, including both clinical and claims data.
Population Health: Where the Rubber Meets the Road
Population health is a broad concept that is often overused and misinterpreted. Lately, this healthcare ini...
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Why are healthcare organizations still reliant on fax machines?
The use of paper-based clinical documents such as referrals is an inefficient and potentially hazardous means of transferring clinical information.
Using Rhapsody as a FHIR façade
Anyone who maintains a store of clinical data will be thinking about if and how they should be exposing that data for use by external applications.
Why do we need to move away from paper-based fax referrals?
The key to effective care delivery, is the ability for clinicians in both the acute and community settings to communicate efficiently with the right information and minimal effort.
What is telehealth?
At the most basic level, we can say that telehealth is at the intersection of “tele,” which means remote or distant, and “health.”
Oregon Health Authority
Achieves real-time delivery of reports, files, and messages critical to Public Health surveillance programs and population health initiatives
Electronic Referrals are Transformative in Healthcare
With so many healthcare organizations using fax machines, unfortunately faxing has remained the most widely accepted way to send referrals.
How interoperability can unlock the potential of telehealth
The typical telehealth hub-and-spoke model has started to prove its value to healthcare but as the platforms become more ingrained within organizations and the business of healthcare evolves, new need
5 tips for improving data security
Increasing cyber-attacks on healthcare organizations have led to the industry becoming a lucrative target for hackers worldwide.
5 key innovations in telehealth today
Telehealth is helping patients to manage their own health as well as giving clinicians tools to deliver personalised care when patients need it.
7 reasons to buy a data platform instead of building it in-house
Enable the delivery of patient-centric care by providing clinicians with timely access to data that helps to improve the decision-making process and empower fully informed actions.
Bringing care closer to home for patients with complex health issues
Taking care out of hospital and into the community
Orion Health’s Communicate Solution Earns ONC Health IT Certification from Drummond Group LLC
Orion Health’s Communicate solution has achieved Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC-Health IT) 2015 Edition Health IT Module Certification via Drummond Group LLC
Improving healthcare access for dementia patients
New Patient Portal in Northern Ireland
Ecosystem Thinking Accelerates Innovation
How FHIR APIs enable healthcare data to be available where it is needed
How to Involve Clinicians in Health IT Projects
clinFHIR: A tool for clinicians to learn about FHIR
The Basic Architecture of Rhapsody as a Service
RaaS is a fully managed, monitored and supported implementation of Rhapsody, hosted in a cloud environment to meet the expectations of the popular Software-as-a-Service model.
University of Louisville Hospital Selects Orion Health to Support Interoperability Initiatives
University of Louisville Hospital goes live with Rhapsody as a Service
RaaS is providing UofL Hospital rapid and scalable interoperability, connecting disparate technologies within their healthcare system
Why a partnership between telehealth and integration is important
Telehealth is one of the fastest growing areas of healthcare
Hg Invests in Orion Health Rhapsody and Population Health Businesses