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Several members of our team attended the Oracle Industry Connect (OIC) event held in Washington, D.C., on March 25 and 26, 2015. The Oracle Industry Connect event is in its second year and represents a gathering of Oracle customers, partners, analysts, and press in all of the industries for which Oracle offers industry-specific software and services. Oracle's senior management and industry subject matter experts, along with customers, presented on the use cases and results seen by customers using Oracle's Enterprise Healthcare Analytics, Clinical Development Analytics, Life Sciences Data Hub, Pharmacovigilance, HIE, and Population Health offerings as well as other payer, provider, and life science products.


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The U.S. healthcare system is changing and forward-thinking providers and their technology suppliers will be critical to creating the next generation of electronic health record (EHR) software to support successful value-based healthcare organizations (HCOs). Historically, large academic medical centers have used highly customized, monolithic client/server-based health information system (HIS) and EHR applications installed on-premise to manage their clinical and administrative operations. These systems, originally developed in the 1980s and 1990s primarily to support billing and revenue cycle management alongside paper charts used in care delivery, have been enhanced over the years to add functionality to support electronic charting, clinical documentation, and the basic clinical decision support of a meaningful use–compliant EHR.


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    Jonas Knudsen says:
    HI, Yes I do. At least in western Europe, there is a growing trend to apply IoT technologies as the main infrastructure to handle compliance with traceability regulations. That is, for smart pharmacy, drugs, instrument tracking from sterile services department (SSD) to the operation rooms and back etc. That also adreesses the need for automation,…
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    guy weiss says:
    Jonas, don' you think that the architecture adopted to address traceability regulation could easily be replaced by IOT solutions. Main drivers: less implementation costs, no packaging line performance decrease, no additional cost for aggregation, and of course interconnexion with smart phone app.
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