As The CURE Project gathers momentum, we will post timely articles written about the project and related subjects.
VA Puts the "Big" in Big Data Predictive Analytics (bold)
Modern Healthcare (italics) - August 5, 2014
In this article, which discusses the investment that the Veterans Health Administration is making in the use of analytics, author Joseph Conn interviews Dr. Steven Waldren about real-time predictive analytics using big data to match patient needs with resources and programs.
What Must Providers Do When Their Cloud-Based EHR Goes Down?
EHR Intelligence - April 18, 2013
Steven Waldren was a panelist at the recent Hospital Cloud Forum, sponsored by the Information Management Network (IMN). The panel focused on advanced techniques for dealing with cloud-based EHRs. Steven discussed the benefit of cloud-based EHRs vs. the use of client servers.
This article, by Tom Sullivan, explains why Steven Waldren and Bob Brown launched The CURE Project, a community-based organization to define the capabilities of various different classes of healthcare provisioning organizations. Contributors from all avenues of the healthcare community are encouraged to participate. When asked about the potential of such a project, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology Farzad Mostashari stated that he welcomed any market-based approches to getting providers more engaged.
This article by senior editor, Brian Eastwood discusses interoperability and two groups that were announced at HIMSS13: the CommonWell Health Alliance and The CURE Project. Both were formed with the intent of defining interoperability standards for healthcare applications. The CURE Project, founded by Steven Waldren and Bob Brown, intends to accomplish this through a community-based, large-scale specifications development project.
In this Xerox-sponsored article, Anthony Vecchione interviews Bob Brown about the dissatisfaction and backlash that healthcare providers are experiencing with their current EHR vendor systems. Bob makes the point that many providers find that using EHRs significantly disrupts their work flow.
Editor's Desk: T.W.I.G. Notes Government Health IT - March 21, 2013
In his weekly Editor’s Desk blog, Tom Sullivan of Government Health IT describes the very logical questions being asked by Steven Waldren and Bob Brown. And laments that the answers may not be coming soon enough.
The EHR Debate Reaches a Boiling Point Healthcare Informatics - March 20, 2013
In this article, associate editor Gabriel Perna notes how dwindling provider satisfaction with EHRs prompted Steven Waldren and Bob Brown, to launch The CURE Project, partially because of the “deplorable” state of health IT systems. Read more...
Exclusive Q&A: The Pair Behind #EHRbacklash and the Cure Project
Government Health IT - March 18, 2013
In an exclusive interview with Government Health IT’s editor Tom Sullivan, Steven and Bob talk about the research that lead to the formation of The CURE Project.
A Fork in the Road at HIMSS13: How Patients & Payment Are Forcing 'Open' Health IT
iHealthBeat - March 11, 2013
In this article, written by Jane Sarasohn-Kahn which discusses the frustrations physicians are experiencing with EHR adoption, Bob Brown, co-founder of The CURE Project, is credited with coining the Twitter hashtag #EHRbacklash.
Is an EHR Backlash Brewing? Government Health IT - February 19, 2013
Editor Tom Sullivan tracks down the origin of Twitter hashtag #EHRBacklash, which started in a Twitter conversation between Bob Brown, Vice President at Mosaica Partners and Harold Smith III. Read more...
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