Monthly Archives: April 2009

Congratulations to the Winners of the “Ensuring Safe Transitions” Innovation Challenge!

At the CMS QualityNet Conference today, National Coordinator for Health IT Farzad Mostashari announced the three winners of the “Ensuring Safe Transitions from Hospital to Home” innovation challenge: Axial Exchange, iBlueButton, and VoIDSPAN.  Congratulations to the winning teams! The public … Continue reading

For the skepics who think Health 2.0 tools don’t matter…

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BIDMC, Google Health and the data transfer problem

e-Patient Dave on the real world issues of moving data around in health care. The punchline—claims-based data without dates is not very useful, which requires those using the aggregators (Google health et al) to do a whole lot more work. … Continue reading

Health 2.0 NYC Chapter, has meeting, needs a place!

Health 2.0’s NYC chapter is having a meeting this Thursday 4/2–-around 50 people are due to attend and it’s set to be a great session. There is one minor problem though. Due to a last minute cancellation by the existing conference … Continue reading

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