Topic One: How valuable do you see the use of gaming as a vehicle for patient education and engagement? #mHealth
T1: I think the trick with gaming is like all other apps. How do I pull together all necessary data for game when it is scattered? #hitsm
— CLOUDHealth™ (@CLOUDHealth) March 22, 2013
Topic Three: Is healthcare departing from the client/server architecture toward the cloud? AKA, “The cloudalization of healthcare.”
Topic Three: Is HITECH to blame for introducing false demand for #EHRs? What will happen after all the money is flushed out of the system?
T3:HITECH!Healthcare needed the incentive. #HITsm
— Sonal N. Patel (@HIT_Sonal) March 22, 2013
A3: HITECH brought attn to past-due need to bring healthcare up to par with other businesses – digital, transparent, integrated. #HITsm
— Jessica Clifton (@jslentzclifton) March 22, 2013
Topic Four: If an #EHR vendor fails, how will their customers migrate to another product if their data is locked in a proprietary system?
T4 : Case by case situation. Evaluate what you have , plan on how to migrate your data into your new EMR. What can you live with(out) #HITsm
— HealthCo(@healthcois) March 22, 2013
Someone at mayo brought this up: Successful platforms for open innovation are either walled gardens/supported by big player (Google) #HITsm
— Leonard Kish (@leonardkish) March 22, 2013
— RightPatient (@RightPatient) March 22, 2013