Recent AFHIL Innovations for Public Healthcare

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Recent AFHIL Innovations for Public Healthcare

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1. Recent AFHIL Innovations for Public Healthcare Sandbox Virtualization – Creation of virtualized, rapidly-deployed, development and testing platforms (Platform as a Service) unique to federal health agency needs Mobility – Two proof-of-concepts centered on better patient engagement in care through the use of personal mobile devices (phones/tablets) – one allowing patients to view/schedule appointments with their federal health clinical providers, and the other allowing patients to conduct real-time “safety checks” of over-the-counter medication against a person’s electronic health record information Nationwide Health Information Network (NwHIN) – Proof-of-concept prototypes demonstrating clinical scenarios where federal health agencies and private care providers share information for better patient-centered medication reconciliation Real Time Location System – Proof-of-concept Real Time Location System (RTLS) solution for hospitals based on RFID and IR technologies Service Enablement of Legacy Systems – Creation of service-oriented architecture (SOA) “wrappers” for legacy federal health technology systems that enables them to participate in evolving, modernized environments Portal/Portlet Framework – Creation of a comment visual/mid-tier framework for rapidly modernizing legacy federal health technology systems using industry standard, non-proprietary languages

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