Why It’s Important for the Legislature to Approve State Funding for the Statewide Health Information Network of NY (SHIN-NY)Posted by: NYeC Staff on February 18, 2014
Imagine if you’re away from home and need emergency care. But the doctors who are taking care of you don’t know about your pre-existing conditions. Luckily, the Governor’s budget includes funding for a statewide health information network.
The Push for New York’s Statewide Health Information NetworkPosted by: NYeC Staff on February 10, 2014
Gene Heslin, MD, Family Practice Physician, and Mark McKinney, Hixny CEO, discuss Governor Cuomo’s proposal to fund the Statewide Health Information Network (SHIN-NY).
Freeing the Data: Driving Value from Using Clinical, Claims, and Device DataPosted by: NYeC Staff on February 04, 2014
Led by Open mHealth Co-Founder and Cornell Tech Professor of Computer Science Deborah Estrin, a panel of leaders from the academic, government, and health tech communities describe the power resulting from the bringing together of disparate data streams to productively mine data, both “big” and “small,” for breakthrough insights into how we can lead healthier lives.
Predicting the Future: The Re-Imagination of Healthcare and What’s to ComePosted by: NYeC Staff on January 24, 2014
Moderated by StartUp Health’s CEO Steven Krein, a panel of industry experts from the Partnership Fund for New York City, Google, and the NYCEDC discusses why there has never been a more exciting time for healthcare innovation and what this means to healthcare ecosystem stakeholders like providers, patients, entrepreneurs, government, corporations, and investors.
Building New York’s Health IT EcosystemPosted by: NYeC Staff on January 14, 2014
In the rapidly evolving world of Health IT, our ecosystem is constantly changing, adapting, and readjusting to new connections, disruptions, and innovations. The Statewide Health Information Network of New York (SHIN-NY) ecosystem is not just about what we are building. It’s about how it is used, what it is used for, and what the ripple effects are beyond that ecosystem. Great progress was made in 2013 – learn what’s in store for 2014.
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