Sherborn, Mass.-based workflow automation technology company, Boston Software Systems, has rolled out Unison 3.0 with support for Meditech client/server 5.6 and 6.0, as well as network configuration and storage capabilities.
Built on the Boston WorkStation technology, the company says its product is a standalone application, which is designed to accelerate the development of a dictionary synchronization from 30 hours to 20 minutes, and schedule it to occur regularly without human intervention.
The product’s network configuration and storage capabilities give hospitals greater flexibility by allowing them to run a synchronization from PCs throughout the organization or to develop a sync that reads dictionary information from a network drive, the company says.
Officials from Carequality have stated that there are now more than 150,000 clinicians across 11,000 clinics and 500 hospitals live on its network. These participants are also able to share health data records with one another, regardless of technology vendor.
While stolen financial data still has a higher market value than stolen medical records, as financial data can be monetized faster, there are indications that there is ongoing development of a market for stolen medical data, according to an Intel Security McAfee Labs report.
A phishing scam at Baystate Health in Springfield, Mass. has potentially exposed the personal data of 13,000 patients, according to a privacy statement from the patient care organization and a report from MassLive.
In an update, DirectTrust reported significant growth in Direct exchange of health information and the number of trusted Direct addressed enabled to share personal health information (PHI) in the third quarter of 2016.
Eleven private insurers, including Aetna, Humana and Anthem, are urging the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) to consider the experience of commercial insurers when evaluating the impact of telemedicine coverage in Medicare.