30 October 2015 | Dawn Van DykeRead More
This October, Carequality welcomed four new members to the Steering Committee: We strive to include representatives from across the entire healthcare industry, and our new members fit that bill. They join an already diverse committee, and I look forward to the varied perspectives they will bring to its work. The Steering Committee is responsible for […]
6 October 2015 | Dawn Van DykeRead More
Are you ready to shape the future of healthcare? The Carequality Advisory Council is now accepting applications for new members. The Advisory Council, like Carequality itself, is unique in that is seeks to embody the entire healthcare continuum. The diverse Council members include not only provider organizations, networks, and vendors, but also patient safety organizations, […]
12 June 2015 | Dave CasselRead More
A lot of hard work by many members of the Carequality community has come to fruition, and a completed draft of the Query-Based Document Exchange Implementation Guide is now posted for public review and feedback on the Carequality Wiki. The Implementation Guide is the result of many months of effort by the Query and Trust […]
1 June 2015 | Dave CasselRead More
We all agree that solving our nationwide health information exchange challenges would have a positive effect on both the outcomes and the efficiency of the healthcare system. So why is it such a seemingly slow process?
20 March 2015 | Dave CasselRead More
It’s been a busy couple of weeks since my last post. We’re full speed ahead on several fronts, all of which tie into our upcoming pilot. I closed my previous post with a mention of the pilot, and I think it’s worth exploring in more detail.
5 March 2015 | Dave CasselRead More
Welcome to the Carequality blog! I hope you find our new Carequality web site to be informative and easy to navigate. I’ll be using this blog to provide updates on our progress as we move forward into what I think will be a very busy spring, highlighted by the kickoff for our initial Carequality pilot.