Since our inception, CommonWell members have been innovators and game changers in the health IT space. Today is no different. On this blog, we will continue to share and update what our members are doing in the fight to slow COVID-19, provide necessary care coordination resources, and ultimately, help save lives.
CommonWell Enables Valley Presbyterian Hospital to Focus on Managing Patient Data Instead of Finding ItCommonWell2020-03-04T13:50:42-06:00
Thanks to Valley Presbyterian Hospital’s recent connection to the CommonWell Health Alliance® network and its bridge to the Carequality interoperability framework, VPH clinicians can focus on managing patient data instead of finding it.
At this year’s HIMSS Interoperability Showcase™, CommonWell members will bring CommonWell services to life as they walk you through a year in the life of Oscar in the Nationwide Connected Care use case.
With HIMSS kicking off in two weeks, we can already feel the excitement building among our members and us at CommonWell. Let’s face it, it’s basically like Comicon for HIT fanatics. But the reality is, it can be a bit taxing for even the most seasoned HIT professional. Whether you’re a newbie or a HIMSS veteran, we thought a few of these GIFS might resonate with you too.
Direct patient access to their health data just became a bit easier as the Replete Health mobile app becomes the latest CommonWell ConnectedTM product to launch.
Change can be a good thing, and in a new year, it’s inevitable. With 2020 already well underway, a new Executive Director at our helm, and a few new and potentially game-changing government regulations on the horizon, CommonWell members are embracing it. We asked a few members to share their predictions for interoperability in 2020.
This week, we are celebrating U.S. National Health IT Week (NHIT)—a time to commemorate the progress we’ve made as an industry and renew our commitment to improving health IT and, therefore, improving health care. Here at CommonWell, many of our members stopped to reflect and share their own “#IHeartHIT” messages in honor of NHIT 2019.