Interoperability across Public EHR Systems
With the advent of public PHR systems like Microsoft HealthVault and Google Health there is an increasing pressure for the hospitals to access these systems to populate data and extract data.
Office Business Applications (OBA) for Healthcare Organizations
This paper will acquaint decision makers with the benefits of OBA and explain with examples & case studies as to how OBA acts as a catalyst in improving productivity and ROI for healthcare organizations.
Power of Online Health Communities
Online communities enable people to create content online. Such user-generated content takes the form of photo-sharing, video-uploading, music-downloading and personal blogging etc.
Boom in the Medical Tourism Industry
It’s common knowledge that US health care spending is an issue of concern and spiraling out of control. Voters rank health care as the single most important domestic issue.
Business Intelligence (BI) for Healthcare Organizations
Business Intelligence (BI) refers to technologies, applications and practices for the collection, integration, analysis, and presentation of business information and also sometimes to the information itself.
Optimizing BMC’s Remedy ARS with Microsoft OBAs, .Net and Web services
To extract more value out of existing Remedy ARS (Action Request System) is by adding new features, improving usability and creating
MySQL 5.0 Vs SQL Server 2005
The release of SQL Server 2005 and MySQL 5.0 continues to fan the debate on the suitable database development platform of choice. There are well established camps on both fronts armed with several studies, performance benchmarks, feature comparisons and counter arguments.
Microsoft PerformancePoint Server 2007 – Monitoring and Analytics CTP2
Business intelligence (BI) delivers on a simple promise: improved business performance by delivering better decision making throughout your
Claims Decision Support System
Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 is an integrated suite of server capabilities that can help improve organizational effectiveness by providing comprehensive content management and enterprise search, accelerating shared business processes, and facilitating information sharing across
Cost-effective agile SOA adoption through phased delivery of Web Services
Some CIOs and IT managers are reluctant to adopt Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) systems for their organization due to concerns about expensive implementation and/or interruptions that stall SOA programs and business operations. iLink solutions can help enterprises avoid such costly disruptions and maximize return on investment (ROI) on their SOA systems by strategically integrating existing applications into their SOA platform, one at a time.
iLink’s Brochure on Mobile Healthcare Solutions
Millions of healthcare professionals and patients are now using smart phones, with the number increasing daily. Healthcare organizations have a tremendous opportunity to improve eﬃciency, quality and safety by providing smart phones and mobile applications tailored towards the healthcare industry.
View Brochure on HL7
HL7 is a standard for exchanging information between medical applications and is an abbreviation of “Health Level Seven”. “Level Seven” refers to the seventh OSI layer protocol for the health environment. In general terms, HL7 is a protocol for data exchange. It deﬁnes the format and the content of the messages that applications must use when exchanging data with each another in various circumstances.
View Brochure on HITSP
HITSP is a cooperative partnership between the public and private sectors. The Panel was formed for the purpose of harmonizing and integrating standards that will meet clinical and business needs for sharing information among organizations and systems.HITSP’s Interoperability Speciﬁcations (IS), addresses needs in the areas of Electronic Health Records (EHR), biosurveillance, and consumer empowerment.