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Forcing Change in Healthcare through Open Standards

Project: FHIR project

Healthcare is the slowest moving industry, and has yet to be transformed by the social/mobile/analytics/cloud platform. RIght now, one key barrier is that you can't move data around effectively. The FHIR standard is starting to change that - maybe. This presentation will review the FHIR project's origins, governance, open source credentials, and prospects and show that an agile open source standard can be a little lever with a big impact.

Grahame Grieve

Grahame has experience in laboratory science, clinical research, clinical application development / marketing, open source development, and interoperability. Grahame has lead the development of a number of key healthcare data exchange standards, and is presently the project lead for the FHIR ( project.

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