The interoperability problem cannot be solved by one company, but a modular approach through open standards can be achieved through cooperation with the global stakeholders, says Stefan Sauermann, program director of UAS Technikum Wien.
Bettina Experton, MD, and CEO of Humetrix, talks about the history of CMS’s Blue Button project and how 53 million Americans covered by Medicare will now have access to their data through an API to ensure patient safety and interoperability.
Dan Gottleib, who leads the Smart Health IT project at Boston Children's, and Verily's Josh Mandel talk about FHIR, SMART and the concept of "substitute ability" as a means to improve interoperability.
Michael Nusbaum of the HIMSS Olympic Healthcare Interoperability Initiative is leading the effort to bring connected healthcare to the Olympics by leveraging international standards.
Erik Gerritsen, secretary at the Dutch Ministry of Health, tells HIMSS Chief Clinical Officer Charles Alessi, MD, about new plans to ensure healthcare providers are sharing their data.
Miguel González Sancho, who heads the eHealth, Well-being and Ageing unit at the European Commission, explains how digital health is empowering patients to have more input into their care.
Health 2.0 EVP Indu Subaiya and co-founder Matthew Holt lay out the evolution of their organization and highlight new research into emerging trends in healthcare innovation.
(Sponsored) Dr. Lennart Jahnke, chief digital officer at Germany's University Medicine Mannheim, joins Siemens Healthineers to discuss ways to give patients easier access to their data.
HIMSS Innovator in Residence Adam Culbertson and Brent Hicks, senior director of clinical solutions at the Cleveland Clinic, discuss the opportunities and challenges to tying EHR data with new applications.
Santosh Mohan, head of athenahealth's More Disruption Please labs, tells MobiHealthNews Editor Jonah Comstock about the potential open platforms bring to healthcare and he shares a few details on the EHR company's work with Apple.