Interoperability

Articles which include Interoperability as a main topic.


How to Save Money on Interoperability

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Gartner Names AEGIS ‘Cool Vendor’ for 2016

We issued a press release today about Gartner selecting AEGIS as a Cool Vendor in Healthcare Providers.  Check it out on PR Newswire or one of many news outlets that have picked it up. And if you wonder what it means to be a Gartner Cool Vendor, have a look here. If you haven’t […]


AEGIS HHS Work Awarded Overall Most Innovative by FedHealthIT

This evening, AEGIS was the recipient of a very special award along with our recent client, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Population Affairs (OPA). Our work had been nominated for the 2016 FedHealthIT Innovation Awards which are sponsored by G2Xchange Health. This year the program […]


FHIR Testing and Lift-Off to the HL7 Conference

The AEGIS FHIR Team continues to make enhancements to the Touchstone Project and its Test-Driven-Development (TDD) integrated ecosystem. The Touchstone Project is an AEGIS Developers Integration Lab (DIL) initiative – a next generation Open Access / Cloud-based Testing Platform which applies Conformance and Interoperability testing capabilities against the HL7® FHIR® specification. […]


Interoperability is Easy, Right?

When I first sat down to talk with Mario Hyland (@interopguy), AEGIS.net’s founder, we focused on the fundamental concept of interoperability. Despite a plethora of definitions created by different standards development organizations (SDOs), Mario’s definition seemed simple enough to me. He defines interoperability as, “[the] Exchange of information between two systems where […]


Where’s AEGIS? March 2016

In March 2016, AEGIS.net will be attending the following events: February 29 – March 4: HIMSS 2016 – To find us, see all the details here. March 3: ODNI Industry Day March 10: GTSC Insight: Agile at USCIS March 22: Putting It All Together: EHR Interoperability We look forward to seeing […]


Our Contribution to the ONC Interoperability Proving Ground

Earlier this week, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) announced a new initiative where the agency will work directly with standards development organizations (SDO’s) and partner with stakeholders to “adapt and evolve ONC’s standards and technology work process” into a Tech Lab approach. This initiative – […]


AEGIS Leaders Interviewed on HealthcareScene.com

Today, John Lynn, Editor and Founder of HealthcareScene asked AEGIS industry leaders, Mario Hyland & Richard Ettema to discuss their approach, strategies and success implementing truly scalable interoperable solutions in the health care arena. Prior to the interview, John held a discussion focusing on How Do We Achieve Continuous Healthcare Interoperability? Mario’s statement […]


Touchstone Proves Test-Driven Development Accelerates HL7 FHIR Adoption

We’d like to draw attention to this blog post over on David Hay’s site that gushes on our Touchstone Project and how well it supports test-driven development with FHIR. Our relatively tall ships had collided on previous nights although, on this occasion, my smartphone overrode my body clock informing me that […]


Open Health News Covers Carequality Framework

Open Health News has published another AEGIS-authored article. Joe Lamy and Barry Dickman teamed up to recap recent industry collaboration to advance the Carequality Interoperability Framework. AEGIS’ corporate Vision is to support quality-infused IT solutions throughout industry, and so we are happy to have a role in the success of the Carequality initiative. […]