What is SMART on FHIR?

SMART om FHIR has been there for quite a while now but If you’ve arrived at this article and you’re thinking “I don’t even know what FHIR is?” then we would recommend starting off by giving our What is FHIR article a…

0 Comments

OLTP defined in a Nutshell

The digitization of the healthcare industry is happening fast. A major result of this transformation from paper to electronic records is the proliferation of healthcare data. And with that, of course, comes the healthcare database. Databases are foundational to any use…

0 Comments
Multiple benefits of automated EHR data extraction
automating EHR data extraction

Multiple benefits of automated EHR data extraction

The current pandemic, COVID-19, has added to the high levels of stress that clinical experts face worldwide, Including the key technical aspects like sending or receiving the patient data, issues identified with the EHR and its user interface, Inability on…

0 Comments

Do you know the EHR retention laws of your state?

All Individual US states have specific retention requirements that should be used to establish the hospital/ physician's patient records retention policy. Refer to your state laws for state-specific record retention requirements by using this link below provided by HealthIT.gov which…

0 Comments

How is web API different from traditional HL7 and FHIR?

RESTful API are the backbone of many webservices today. Having the tools to integrate an not-natively-RESTful interface engine with this common standard opens a lot of possibilities. There will be hurdles for implementing tools like these, especially since some of…

0 Comments

What is Uniform Data System (UDS) Business Intelligence reporting?

Uniform Data System is an annual reporting system that provides standardized information about the performance and operation of health centers delivering health care services to undeserved communities and vulnerable populations. Its core components include patient demographics, staffing and utilization, selected…

0 Comments

You're all caught up!

No more pages to load