By By Dr David Hay – Product Strategist
Understanding Service Level Agreements in HealthcareBy Gustavo Herrera, Site Reliability Engineering Director
SLAs are one of the most important parts of any cloud service agreement, yet their importance can be poorly understood.
Ushering in the Era of Community-Based Care Coordination
In the community-based model of care, healthcare professionals treat their patients outside of the traditional boundaries of healthcare facilities, and care coordinators interact with patients and multiple provider groups over the phone or in their patients’ homes.
The Value of Semantic Interoperability for HealthcareBy Michael Hosking, Clinical Product Specialist
The unambiguous exchange and reuse of clinical knowledge
Migrating to the Cloud for the Health IndustryBy Gustavo Herrera, Site Reliability Engineering Director
What to consider when migrating out of a proprietary data centre to the public cloud
Enabling the Ecosystem with FHIRBy Dr. David Hay
How can healthcare information be made available where and when it is needed?
Clinical Referrals Are a Critical Part of the Transition ProcessBy Sandra Oldfield RN, Senior Clinical Consultant
The transition of patients between care settings is an important function within healthcare organisations. What can we learn from Alberta, Canada?
Integration Strategies for Health IT VendorsBy Damian Leopard, Solution Consultant
How improved interoperability solutions can offer competitive advantages to an organisation
Managing Real-Time Data in HealthcareBy Jeff Turpin, Orion Health’s Analytics Line of Business Owner
Healthcare happens in real time and a growing number of healthcare management systems are pushing out event driven, real-time data feeds.
Procuring technology as part of STPs and Local Digital RoadmapsBy John Macdonald
The most successful approach to procurement involves an ‘Engage, Prepare, Procure, Implement’ approach. This booklet outlines that process.