Proposed Agenda 7:30a—Registration & Breakfast (provided) 8:00a—Meeting Begins 10:00a—Break/Networking 12N—Lunch (provided) 2:00p—Break/Networking 4:00p—Meeting Adjourns 4:30p—Vendor exhibits close Cost: $50 per person
Healthcare officials in Washington are discussing standards for the technical architecture of modern health information exchanges. And while such standards haven’t yet been finalized to meet the objectives of meaningful use of electronic medical records, the U.S. government starts doling out $564 million in grants to states in early 2010 to fund state-level networks for [...]
Conference Showcases the Future of Health Care Interconnectivity View Demo The Internet2 Annual Fall Member Meeting was held on October 5-8, 2009. The conference focused on elements of network-based collaboration, including–but not limited to–virtual organizations, social networking, and software collaboration tools.
Hoping to provide the backbone for a grand plan to put the nation’s medical records online, federal officials have been quietly retooling an obscure government data-sharing service into a robust new Health Internet. The concept has drawn intense interest from technology firms, including Microsoft and Google, which are scrambling to find new–and profitable–uses for digital [...]