More than a blog, it’s Particle Health’s showcase.
HIPAA established the baseline expectations for sharing health information, and data interoperability rules build on it today.
We’re ready to turn data access on so individuals can access their medical information when and where they need it most. Why should we wait any longer?
Electronic health records are great, but it’s the way that you use them that matters. Meaningful Use, a concept from 2009’s HITECH Act, incentivized healthcare organizations to actually utilize the digital health tools which they purchased.
Despite decades of electronic health records, interoperability progress has been slow. Which begs the question - who’s in charge here?
Changes to the USCDI standard indicate new developments in medicine and healthcare policy, and influence the data that health tech developers use.
This October, the Anti-Information Blocking Rule will spur new innovation - if the government enforces your right to access your own medical records.
Particle's API helps organizations embrace data sharing, Troy Bannister explains during this Virginia hospital podcast.
In this podcast interview, Particle CEO Troy Bannister shares our expected timeline for how interoperability will disrupt healthcare. In other words, we’re just getting started.