Tag Archives: Patient

Foggy Landscapes: From Patient to Consumer – Lygeia Ricciardi

Ten years ago, the idea of a patient not only having a voice in their healthcare, but ultimately influencing how they are treated was practically unheard of. In today’s society, we have access to an abundance of resources that allow us to hire/buy/sell practically anything with one click. Advances in consumer technology have made purchasing… Read More »

ONC’s Proposed Rule is a Breakthrough in Patient Empowerment

By ADRIAN GROPPER Imagine solving wicked problems of patient matching, consent, and a patient-centered longitudinal health record while also enabling a world of new healthcare services for patients and physicians to use. The long-awaited Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) on information blocking from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) promises nothing less.… Read More »