This is something I rarely do: I’m reposting, verbatim, a previous post, because its relevance has accelerated. Please give it another read.
In June I wrote here about the ten part blog series I recently did on Tincture, about why I believe the HL7 FHIR standard promises to be so important in achieving the long-felt need for patients to have access to every bit of their health data … to “let patients help” improve care, as my book and TED Talk have said for YEARS. But last fall I gave a talk that expressed my impatience. The title: