Monthly Archives: September 2014


AEGIS Provides Industry Insight for the 2020 Vision: eHI’s Roadmap for Healthcare Transformation

On September 4th, 2014, Mario Hyland, Senior Vice President and Founder of AEGIS.net, Inc., attended the 2020 Roadmap Executive Summit hosted by eHealth Initiative. The eHealth Initiative 2020 Roadmap is a collaboration of leading healthcare associations, organizations, and federal agencies creating a shared vision of the strategies, policies, and actions […]


Strong showing for the HIMSS-NCA Program on Public Private Partnerships for NHIT Week

Tony Meyer, President of the Board of the Directors for the HIMSS-NCA kicked off the first program of the 2014-2015 season with a resounding, “We’re going to mixed things up this year!” As President-Elect for next year, I will be working beside Tony to bring the chapter to new heights. This will […]


AEGIS recognized as proud corporate partners of National Health IT Week at HIMSS Awards Reception

AEGIS was front and center during the National Health IT (NHIT) Week – HIMSS Awards Reception. Individuals recognized at the awards reception include: Liz Johnson, Vice President, Applied Clinical Informatics at Tenet Healthcare as the recipient of CHIME’s 2nd Annual Federal Public Policy Award for CIO Leadership based on her […]


HIE Governance: History Review and Intro to 10-year Interoperability Vision

As the guy ranting at my fellow health IT community members about not making rapid enough progress in bringing interoperability to the point of care, it was tough for me to feel enthusiastic going into today’s ONC webinar entitled “Advancing Interoperability Through Standards – Health Information Exchange Governance.” On balance, however, I […]


National Health IT Week (#NHITweek) Rant: Point-of-care Interoperability – #FAIL!

Becoming Technology Geeks: Check! Let me start out by thanking all the clinicians, public servants, technologists, industry leaders and patient advocates who have fought tirelessly (in some case for decades) to advance health IT as far as it has come. At the macro level, the state of health IT is worlds […]


DIL 3.0 Release Improves Patient Safety by Validating Interoperability

Increasing the Efficiency and Expanding the Scope of Interoperability Testing and Verification for Healthcare Exchange Participants To kick off National Health IT Week, AEGIS.net, Inc. announces the production release 3.0 of the Developers Integration Lab (DIL). The DIL empowers all healthcare stakeholders with evidence-based verification that health information exchange participants […]


2015 Connectathon Countdown: Preparation Best Practices

This is the second in our series about success at the 2015 IHE Connectathon. If you haven’t read the first post about the urgency of registration (and getting that right), you really need to. Now. Really. (I’ll wait.) Technical Preparation Now that you have read that post and are hopefully in […]


AEGIS Staff Co-Moderates the HIMSS-NCA September 18th Educational Session during National Health IT Week

AEGIS’ Senior Consultant and HIMSS-NCA President-Elect, Barry Dickman, will co-moderate the monthly program – Creating the Marketplace for Health Innovation: Public-Private Partnerships – Success Stories of Transformational Models. This educational session highlights the numerous public-private partnerships (P3) as a mechanism by government to finance better healthcare infrastructure, biomedical research and […]


Interoperability – Why is it Taking So Long? 6

AEGIS invests a lot of resources in support of advancing interoperability of electronic health information. The AEGIS DIL provides an unparalleled platform for helping EHR vendors, exchanges, standards organizations, and certification bodies test for interoperability and conformance. But there is one critical aspect of interoperability that no technology can fix – […]


2015 Connectathon Countdown: Action Required (NOW!)

Thinking about joining the AEGIS DIL team in attending the 2015 IHE Connecathon? It’s that time of year again, and we are reminded that this annual January event can really sneak up on you if you don’t start taking action–immediately. To appreciate why we say “immediately,” take a look at this 2015 Connectathon […]