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What is Wrong with Interoperability (in healthcare)?

by Andrew White  |  September 30, 2016

I have to put the tired old record here we go.... Interoperability (we need to argue what we mean by this term) cannot work effectively if organizations only focus...

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Why not Blockchain Data Synchronization?

by Andrew White  |  December 30, 2015

Blockchain is a technology that has made notable inroads in the press during 2015.  Bitcoin has been in the press quite a few times during the year, notching up all-time-high...

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Sell those assets, license all - How the Digital Economy changes Everything

by Andrew White  |  December 29, 2015

At our Enterprise Information and Master Data Management Summit this year (back in the Spring) we mentioned, as part of the keynote, the phrase, "from information asset to information access"....

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Healthcare Industry: Information Interoperability 2.0. Honest...

by Andrew White  |  December 3, 2014

I read with great interest a piece today that came to me via my inbox.  It was from Health Data Management and the article was titled, 'Learning Health System' Requires Interoperable...

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Cloud Threatens to end PC's Reign

by Andrew White  |  June 17, 2011

An article in last weekend’s FT highlights the apparent clash between the personal computer and cloud computing.  The article, entitled "Cloud threatens to end PC's reign", suggests that though PC's...

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