In April 2015, Congress declared it, “…a national objective to achieve widespread exchange of health information through interoperable certified EHR technology nationwide by December 31, 2018.”
I was reading the health IT interoperability roadmap “where an individual’s health information is not limited to what is stored in electronic health records (EHRs), but includes information from many different sources (including technologies that individuals use)” and this is exactly was I was talking about in the Raleigh mHealth App Strategy Workshop Conference a few months ago. We are working to build a strong foundation of health IT in our health care system, equipping every person with a long-term, digital picture of their health over their lifespan.
We are working to better inform decision making to improve individual health, community health, and population health.
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The nation needs an interoperable health system that empowers individuals to use their electronic health information to the fullest extent; enables providers and communities to deliver smarter, safer, and more efficient care; and promotes innovation at all levels. If we steadily and aggressively advance our progress we can make it a reality. We must focus our collective efforts around making standardized, electronic health information securely available to those who need it and in ways that maximize the ease with which it can be useful and used.
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We always read in the news about some revolution that just happened. We are amazed by these people that out of nowhere fought for a cause and was able to achieve greatness. Sometimes we look in retrospect and think about an opportunity we just missed the opportunity to be part of it.
Well, this is your chance to disrupt Healthcare, the revolution is happening right now! This is your chance to actually make a difference, to make a dent in history. The healthcare revolution is bigger than any of us, there is a 10-Year Vision to Achieve an Interoperable Health IT Infrastructure:
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From the beginning, MediPortal has been dedicated to a simple but crucial vision and underlying belief that health data should be available to individuals and providers regardless of where care occurs.
After all, how many times have you arrived at a doctor’s appointment, only to have a clipboard handed to you to fill out your entire medical history, emergency contact information and information about other specialists you have seen? It has probably happened more than a few times, and with each handoff of the clipboard, you likely longed for a better way or wondered how it would all get taken care of in the event that you couldn’t fill out those forms yourself.
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