On this episode of the Informonster Podcast, Charlie Harp discusses the history of ICD-10. He talks about how it was created and evolved with the healthcare industry, and what he thinks the next iteration could do to improve for the industry going forward.
On this episode of the Informonster Podcast, Charlie Harp talks about how healthcare evolves from the edges, three core types of patient data, and the three takeaways from the COVID-19 Pandemic that can help us be more prepared for the future.
In this episode of the Informonster Podcast, Charlie Harp tackles the concept of terminologies in healthcare, the many places you find them and their relevance to the enterprise, our industry, and you.
In this episode of the Informonster Podcast, Charlie sits down with Clinical Architecture thought leaders Shaun Shakib, MPH PhD, Andrew Frangleton, and Victor Lee, MD, to discuss SNOMED. They will talk about what SNOMED is, how it used by healthcare applications, the benefits of using SNOMED, potential obstacles and how to avoid them
Charlie welcomes Randy Woodward, RN and Senior Clinical Architect as a guest on the podcast to discuss topics relating to applied automation in healthcare IT, including RPA vs AI, patterns of success and omens of failure, and the value automation brings to the industry. Charlie and Randy also discuss the nature of healthcare, and how that relates to the best perspective one should have on automation. Those who are interested should stay tuned at the end of the episode to hear Randy discuss how Clinical Architecture’s products work relevant to automation.
For this episode, Charlie Harp, CEO of Clinical Architecture, gives a primer on interoperability, as well as why it matters. He also discusses ideas such as the responsibility of the receiver and the dangers of Conceptual Echo.
For this first episode, Charlie Harp, CEO of Clinical Architecture, talks about the purpose of the Informonster Podcast. This includes a short journey through the history of Clinical Architecture, as well as a perspective on the objectives of healthcare IT, the barriers to achieving them and the mindset needed to overcome them.