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Complete seamless interoperability https://t.co/x8rXJcVVWo
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Yes and robust, comète, seamless interoperability rather than data silos and incompatible EHRs. ONC did a great job working to fix this but much more work to do. And the burden is now on HIT vendors to do their part and support the effort. https://t.co/hvourPPR1D
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@FowkesB @PanMass Congrats on your PMC ride. Better than last year reimagined and a good first step to a full PMC. My 37th. $42 mil and counting
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@ScottGottliebMD Thank you everyone for these most humerus explanations.
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@CraigJoseph What value should the EHR deliver? Better patient care. Patient safety. Cost savings. Better medical research. How can we do this with closed systems? Profit and responsibility are not mutually exclusive.
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Barry P. Chaiken, MD, MPH has over 25 years’ experience in healthcare information technology, clinical transformation, and business intelligence. He provides thought leadership and strategic and analytics assessments in healthcare information technology, quality of care, clinical change management, and business development. Chaiken has worked with the NIH, Tableau/Salesforce, Infor, McKesson, UK National Health Service, Boston University, and others.

Chaiken served as a healthcare advisory board member to numerous organizations as head of DocsNetwork, his own boutique healthcare IT consulting company. He has served as guest lecturer and consultant on topics including patient safety, clinician adoption of information technology, quality improvement, and healthcare analytics. Chaiken assisted hospitals and technology firms in the creation of medical software products and services. He has delivered more than 60 CME lectures and was Conference Chair of the annual Digital Healthcare Conference.

Chaiken served as a Board member (2006-2010), Board Liaison to HIMSS Europe (2006-2009), and Board Chair (2009-2010), and continues his involvement as a Fellow of HIMSS. He is an Overseas Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.

Chaiken is board certified in General Preventive Medicine and Public Health. He received his medical degree from Downstate Medical Center and his MPH degree from the Harvard School of Public Health. He acquired his specialty training from the Centers for Disease Control as an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer and from the NJ Department of Health as a preventive medicine resident.