Category Archives: Interoparency

Pervasive Interoperability, sorta

HIMSS Blog Post: The Business Case for Interoperability and Health Information Exchange Data Transparency Coalition Blog Post: New Proposal Includes XBRL Exemption – and Major Setback for Open Data https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/113/hr2843/text Medicare Data Access for Transparency and Accountability Act #languish #committee

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David Foster, CERN: Implementation of a European e-Infrastructure for the 21st Century

Please find below a pointer to a recently published paper entitled “Implementation of a European e-Infrastructure for the 21st Century”. The objective of the implementation plan is to put in place the e-infrastructure commons that will enable digital science by introducing IT as a service to the public research sector in Europe. The rationale calls […]

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Courtesy of Andrew Pym, Conference Organizer, Telematics Update

apym@telematicsupdate.com +44 207375 7599 Andy writes: Due to the fragmentation of technology across the automotive industry, developers are still reluctant to work in the automotive space. So, how can we simplify the process and draw developers to an automotive platform? We asked this question to Konstantin Zervas, Service Enablement, Ericsson. He explains how opening APIs […]

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