ONC Annual Meeting: Demo of Provider-to-Patient Health Record Exchange
Using Direct Messaging to Feature iBlueButton
Del Mar, Calif., January 29, 2015 - At the upcoming ONC Annual Meeting, taking place February 2-3 in Washington, D.C., Greg Meyer, director and distinguished engineer at Cerner, will demonstrate the power of Direct messaging to help providers meet MU-2 standards and easily send medical records from their EMRs to their patient’s phones. As part of his demo, he will send a summary record from a Cerner EMR to Humetrix’s iBlueButton app using Direct messaging – allowing the record to appear immediately on his smartphone.
Direct messaging is a key component of the move toward patient-mediated data exchange. Apps like iBlueButton, which leverage Direct to receive and aggregate patient records in a single summary record on their personal mobile device, are key to giving consumers the ability to manage their own health information and share their up to date health history from one provider to the next.
Meyer will present his demo during the “Direct Industry Update” breakout session taking place at 11:40 a.m. on February 3. More information on the agenda can be found here.
|WHO:||iBlueButton will be shown by Greg Meyer, director at Cerner when he joins industry thought leaders to discuss the role of Direct messaging in facilitating patent-mediated exchange|
|WHAT:||ONC Annual Meeting; Direct Industry Update Breakout Session|
|WHEN:||11:40 a.m. – 1:10 p.m.|
|WHERE:||Washington Hilton, 1919 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D.C. - Lincoln West Room|
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