3 reports

Interoperability has become a critical consideration for all health IT (HIT) applications.All the major healthcare stakeholders across the world acknowledge the need to invest in digital infrastructure capabilities to facilitate cross-continuum patient information exchanges and support evidence-based care, at scale. Regulatory agencies...

  • Patient Data Management
  • Healthcare IT
  • Hospital
  • United States

Background: Interoperability refers to the ability to exchange data among applications. In healthcare, this generally means the ability to share data between electronic health record (EHR) systems and other health IT applications such as clinical decision support (CDS), computerized physician order entry (CPOE) systems, and other systems in...

  • Healthcare
  • Patient Data Management
  • World
  • United States

Accelerating Healthcare with mHealth, Healthcare IT, and Telemedicine African nations are adapting eHealth (mHealth, video tele-medicine, and healthcare IT) technologies to streamline their healthcare systems and catch up with the healthcare systems in other parts of the world. Kenya, South Africa, and Ghana are ahead of other...

  • Healthcare
  • Healthcare IT
  • Telemedicine
  • Managed Care
  • Kenya
  • Africa
  • South Africa
  • Ghana