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March 06, 2014

Using metadata tagging to share sensitive health information


By: Dan Levene, director, Cerner Behavioral Health

Cerner Behavioral Health’s Ultra-Sensitive Exchange solution for facilitating electronic communication of standard (HIPAA-level) and ultra-sensitive protected health information between behavioral health/substance abuse treatment facilities and the wider medical community was recently featured in an article in Modern Healthcare.... Read full story


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November 18, 2013

What's this Blue Button thing?


By: Greg Meyer, director, Distinguished Engineer, Cerner

So what is Blue Button? Since its inception in 2010, the term Blue Button has become overloaded and, to some extent, ambiguous. But no matter which definition you use, the underlying theme has always been the same: enabling consumers to have access to their personal health data. So follow me as I break Blue Button down into tangible and meaningful entities.... Read full story


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October 02, 2013

CHC 2013: Q & A with Dr. Brian Yeaman


By: Cerner Corporation

Dr. Brian Yeaman is a primary care physician and CMIO. During Sunday’s opening General Session, Dr. Yeaman will share how Oklahoma City-area hospitals have reduced readmissions and emergency department visits through SMRTNet, Oklahoma’s state-wide health information exchange.... Read full story


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June 27, 2013

Cerner supports Blue Button + to engage individuals for better health


By: Andy Heeren, director, Cerner

I’m pleased to say that Cerner is announcing its support of and participation in Blue Button Plus + (formerly known as the Automate Blue Button Plus Initiative or ABBI), a voluntary group of personal health service providers that are working together to accelerate patient engagement in support of better health.... Read full story


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June 11, 2013

Meaningful collaboration in the health IT industry


By: Meg Marshall, director, Cerner

The health IT industry faces an interesting period in time as we consider that digitizing processes is really just the first step in improving the quality of health care, increasing efficiencies, enhancing patient safety and reducing overall health care costs. For example, we’re moving toward intelligent, personalized health management systems that work to keep you healthy, rather than simply care for you when you are sick.... Read full story


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January 09, 2013

Our top 5 posts of 2012


By: Cerner Corporation

2012 was also a great year for our blog. We saw increased views, as well as an increase in the average time spent on each post. We're working hard to make this space an engaging, informative and, hopefully, entertaining resource for those of you interested in health care, health IT or our company. Thank you for reading!... Read full story


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December 19, 2012

The scalable trust story: Introducing the trust bundle


By: Greg Meyer, director, principal architect, Cerner

This is a tale of two forces whose combined synergies have created a perfect storm triggering an urgent call to action. Our protagonists, scalable trust and patient engagement, are driving the escalation of solutions to a long-standing problem in Direct exchange: the establishment of trust between HISPs.... Read full story


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October 23, 2012

Direct Project: Does your system deliver?


By: Greg Meyer, director, principal architect, Cerner

Early this year, a conversation spawned between a colleague and me regarding usage of the Direct Project in workflows other than simple email. It quickly became apparent that he had a specific use case in mind and was focused on a not-so-well understood section of the Direct Project specification: disposition notifications (how the Direct Project implements quality of service [QoS]).... Read full story


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Tags: HISP


September 18, 2012

Making a pledge to tackle View, Download, Transmit


By: Brian Carter, senior director, Cerner

Last week, Clay Patterson shared his thoughts on the recent Consumer Health IT Summit sponsored by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology ("the ONC"). While he was there, I tweeted Cerner's pledge to support the View, Download, and Transmit challenge (#VDTNow) issued by Farzad Mostashari, head of the ONC.... Read full story


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April 12, 2012

The Direct Project: A modular view - part three


By: Greg Meyer, director, principal architect, Cerner

In part one of this series on the Direct Project, I discussed the backbone transport and message gateway the program uses. In part two, I explored Direct’s security and trust modules and the importance of establishing meaningful trust relationships between HISPs. In this brief, final post, I will define edge protocols and clients and briefly touch on a few policy elements that govern the day-to-day operations of Direct.... Read full story


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