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10/2/2014
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From EHR To Healthcare App Platform

As part of his "Free the Data" series, Georgia Tech's Mark Braunstein interviews Josh Mandel, architect of the SMART Platform.
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The same app presents the child's growth data in an easier to understand non-numeric way aimed at parents. This demonstrates the potential of app platforms to make health data available in the most useful way for a variety of consumers of that data.
The same app presents the child’s growth data in an easier to understand non-numeric way aimed at parents. This demonstrates the potential of app platforms to make health data available in the most useful way for a variety of consumers of that data.

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10/2/2014 | 1:41:02 PM
SMART Platform
I wished they would answer their phone at SMART, I get recording that this is number is not yet placed in service yet:)

I like the SMART platform and have written about it a few times, but for goodness sakes let's get past the growth charts...lol..they were a pain to build I admit years ago when I wrote my EMR and sure they are useful, but let's get beyond it:) 

You can also go straigh JSON wiht Zoeticx for web apps too, "on the fly" if you will as there's no data base requried, an opn API for more apps beyond the inital 3 that are built along with the APIs for both Epic and Allscripts.  Allscripts has it on their store page.  There's also the generic java API. 

http://ducknetweb.blogspot.com/2014/09/zoeticxehr-agnostic-clarity-healthcare.html


There has to be an standards for FHIR I agree as EMRs need it for same data to adapt to an API. 
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