CancerAid to build EMR-agnostic APIs for patient-reported outcomes tool

Sydney-based digital health start-up CancerAid is planning to build new EMR-agnostic integrations using SMART on FHIR protocols following the successful integration of its app into the Epic EMR used at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in the US in May.

CancerAid has also announced a number of research partnerships in Australia, including a prospective study with the head and neck surgery unit at Chris O'Brien Lifehouse to validate its app.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Epic, SMART on FHIR, CancerAid, PROMs

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+1 # Matthew Mcbride 2018-08-24 07:54
Integration with the Meditech EMR as used at Chris O’Brien.

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