The Case for Using USCDI in EMR Integration

How Iron Bridge Accomplishes EMR Integration Using USCDI Standards

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Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Introduce Interoperable Initiatives for Boosting Patient Engagement

How a Leader Among Healthcare SaaS Companies Can Help Create an Engaged Patient Population

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The Four Barriers to Healthcare Integration for Digital Medicine

The 4 Aspects of Interoperability that Need to Be Achieved for Proper Healthcare Integration

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American Medical Informatics Association Calls for Increased Funding for FHIR Research

Why Existing FHIR Doesn’t Properly Support EHR Integration and Clinical Research

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4 Ways Patient Experience is Improved by EHR Integration

Using an EHR Integration for Communication, Security, and Efficiency in the Healthcare Industry

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Google’s Nightingale and Your Data through the Lens of Healthcare Technology Companies

How Healthcare Technology Companies Weigh-In on Google’s Use of Electronic Medical Records

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Healthcare Interoperability Build vs. Buy: Maintaining Costs, Scalability, and Launch Time

Why Buying Healthcare Integration Managed Services is a Better Choice for Your Organization

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Iron Bridge Joins the Healthcare Open Source Software (OSS) Community

Iron Bridge is excited to announce that they are joining the Open Source Software Community and contributing one of their own internal modules, “hl7-standard”. The Open Source Software Community has had such a positive impact on Iron Bridge and many other companies.

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Congratulations to the Spring 2019 Girls on the Run and Heart & Sole Participants

Iron Bridge would like to congratulate all of the Spring 2019 Girls on the Run (GOTR) and Heart & Sole participants on completing the Spring 5k this past weekend. Iron Bridge was proud to be one of many sponsors for the GOTR 5K held at Hartwood Acres Park.

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Lessons from the Past: The need for Telehealth to Integrate into the Mainstream

As 2019 moves into its second quarter both the United States Congress and state legislatures are beginning to pass laws introducing the expansion of reimbursement parity for telemedicine, including recent developments around expanding the list of eligible originating sites to include such locations as schools, the patient’s home, or eliminating the restriction altogether (as Arizona is expected to do with the passage of SB1089).

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