J2 Interactive Blog

J2 covers a wide range of topics related to healthcare IT, interoperability, and CRM for healthcare and life sciences organizations.

Sharing Data in an Emergency – Texas HIE Connect EMS Providers with Hospitals

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Jen Carter Jen Carter

February 9th, 2018

Our new client, Rio Grande Valley Health Information Exchange (RGV HIE), is launching an initiative to support health data sharing among Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers and hospitals in Texas.

Missouri Health Connection Featured in Philanthropy Journal

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Jen Carter Jen Carter

October 4th, 2017

Though our software development and integration work doesn’t usually give us direct contact with providers and patients, we never forget that those are the people we’re really working for. 

Salesforce Validation Rule Bypass Using a Custom Permission

Tim Wood Tim Wood

September 26th, 2017

Salesforce Validation Rules ensure that business processes are adhered to and that data is entered in a consistent format. Validation Rules run when a record is saved. A user is notified of invalid or missing data entry after clicking the Save button. Custom text instructs the user as to what needs to be changed. What […]

J2 Builds HealthShare-to-Salesforce Integration at SCL Health

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Mickey Yalon Mickey Yalon

July 27th, 2017

SCL has connected its Epic clinical data repository with Salesforce Service Cloud, enabling personalized care for cardiac outpatients.

HIE-Payer Efforts Expand, But Challenges Remain

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Judy Wright Judy Wright

July 26th, 2017

Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) enable data sharing among neighboring healthcare organizations such as hospitals, labs, pharmacies and ambulatory practices and clinics. While the payer community largely sat on the sidelines in the early years of the HIE movement, they have recently become much more important players in this space.

Preparing for Change at NJ and NY HIMSS

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Jen Carter Jen Carter

July 12th, 2017

I recently attended both the New Jersey and New York HIMSS annual conferences. Here are the discussions I found most notable.