With 21 standardized application programming interfaces, researchers could exchange health information among several different systems.
A scalable, secure data exchange ecosystem can support high-quality research while safeguarding against breaches of sensitive patient data.
In addition to preventing patients from “doctor shopping” for pills, the online prescription drug tracking systems have been used to detect doctors who overprescribe the dangerous medications.
eConsult has reduced wait times and eliminated the need for some patients to see specialists at all.
Aviation intelligence data on flight schedules and passengers will help public health analysts understand how global diseases are spread through air travel.
The City Health Dashboard gives four pilot cities more accurate and actionable health metrics so officials can better target policies addressing their cities’ risk factors.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is working with 21 research teams to develop flu forecasting capacity in the United States.
Using 30 petabytes of aggregated and anonymized data from the Veterans Information Systems and Technology Architecture, Flow Health will help the Department of Veterans Affairs improve health care for veterans.
The new tool extracts relevant data from the case notes narratives in electronic heath records.
California’s electronic registry would be a secure, cloud-based portal where medical providers could view a patient's end-of-life instructions, regardless of whether the patient was at home, in the hospital or at a nursing home.
The distributed ledger technology may be able to manage and secure health information that flows back and forth among patients, doctors, insurance companies and federal agencies.
The AIR Louisville program uses smart connected inhalers that track when, where and how often asthma patients use their devices.