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Exciting History of Our New Location!
The CareCom team has moved to a new office location, and we are ecstatic to share some of its history. CareCom is now situated in ‘Laboratory Ellehammer’ – the workshop
Hello Kildegårdsvej 20!
CareCom is excited to announce that we have changed locations to a new office building! We are now situated in ‘Laboratory Ellehammer’ in Hellerup – the workshop of Danish inventor
Goodbye, Kongevejen 149.
As of Monday, August 12th, 2019, CareCom has moved to a new office! This move marks a milestone in CareCom’s journey towards achieving interoperability in health care. As we look
Why is Patient Engagement Important?
Background Results from studies show that active patient engagement in the health care decision-making process leads to better health outcomes and lower costs. However, patients cannot easily obtain information about
Managing Unstructured Healthcare Data
Background Modern technology usage has generated a large volume of data like never seen before. In healthcare, data is critical for making decisions. However, with a large amount of unstructured
FHIR and HealthTerm
Background Information The digitalization of healthcare data makes patient records easily accessible and understandable. In order to make informed clinical decisions, data must also be structured and standardized. What is
Master Data Management with HealthTerm
Every day, humans generate about 2.5 quintillion bytes of data. Aside from humans, the internet of things and machines produce additional data that systems have to take into consideration. These
CMS Requires Claim Validation Edits For Hospitals With Multiple Service Locations
Overview On March 26, 2019, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published a Medicare Learning Network (MLN) Matters Special Edition Article describing the timing and implementation of claim edits for
Terminology Services – The Hidden Healthcare Translator
Connecting two Health IT systems together is just the first step to making them interoperable. Often, the information stored in each system adheres to a different data standard. Thus, to