Expo.Health with John Lynn

There are 100s of healthcare and Health IT conferences every year. Most of them are visionary. That is, they focus on the future. On what might come. Looking forward is important, and frankly, a lot of fun, but it’s not going to change the way you do business today. That’s why John Lynn created Expo.Health,

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Taking Aim at Phony Doctor Reviews w/ Ted Chan

Fraudulent doctor reviews are a real problem. Ted Chan experienced it first hand while trying to help a loved one find a doctor online. In Ted’s words: “We found reviews that we thought were false or fake… so thought there was a opportunity to really represent the patient”. And that’s exactly what Ted did when


Visions of Disruption: What’s expected of Amazon in Healthcare?

Amazon has been a hot topic in healthcare for at least a year. And for good reason. With the acquisition of PillPak, the Haven initiative with JP Morgan and Berkshire Hathaway, Alexa HIPPA compliance, and the announcement that they’ll accept Health Spending Accounts (HSA), it’s clear that Amazon has big plans for healthcare. When I


The CMS NPRM: Opportunities from the Payer Perspective

The CMS NPRM (Notice of Proposed Rule Making) is much more interesting than many of the past interop-related rules. That’s because it gets specific. It gets specific about technology by calling out FHIR APIs. It gets specific about use cases, such as patient access to data, payer to payer interoperability for administrative data, etc. And


HCLDR, Access 2022, and more with Colin Hung

On this episode, we discuss the power of online communities like #HCLDR, a new push for healthcare interoperability in Canada called Access 2022, and much more. Our guest is Colin Hung, CMO and editor at, and founder of #HCLDR. Online Communities #HCLDR is a weekly tweet chat (Tuesday’s at 8:30 PM EST) that has


The Path to Healthcare Interoperability

There’s a lot happening on the healthcare interoperability front: HIMSS has released a new definition for interoperability The CMS proposed rule is stacked with interesting use cases and is highly focused on making data available to patients. The ONC proposed rule attempts to address data blocking. Both proposed rules promote FHIR APIs. Emergency Triage, Treat