SMART on FHIR: Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask
SMART on FHIR is changing the way clinicians, health systems, and innovators interact with electronic medical records by providing a complete open standards-based technology stack.
Come hear Ricky Bloomfield, Director of Mobile Strategy at DHTS, and Felipe Polo-Wood, Development Team Lead, share what all the hype is about, how Duke has started using SMART on FHIR, some of the technical details of how it works, and a Q&A session to learn how you take advantage of this for health innovation.
4:30-5:00pm: Networking and light refreshments
5:00-6:00pm: Presentation and Q&A
Some of the benefits of SMART include:
For App Developers – Reduce the cost and complexity of integrating with customers’ EHR systems and accelerate app creation with open source tools and resources.
Healthcare Providers and Patients – Add new capabilities and data to existing systems (for example to visualize risks, trends, and trajectories), and mash up clinical records with information from sensors, devices, and patient reports.
Healthcare Institutions – Improve return on EHR investment by streamlining internal EHR customization projects and drawing on a library of innovate apps.
Event Flier here: SMART on FHIR 101
Co-hosted by: Duke Health Technology Solutions and the Triangle mHealth Consortium