Halamka on Open Source Healthcare

John Halamka is a pretty important blogger and policy maker. He is a fan of Open Source and has been positive about it for years. He even let me write a guest post on his blog about it.

John Williams sent me a link for the recorded audio and slides of his recent talk at Open Your World Forum

He discusses just how prevalent the notions of Open Source and open data standards are already in the coming ARRA-based Health Informatics world. He even hones in on critical problems like the proprietary CPT codebase.

He also gives compelling clues about how critical Red Hat servers are in his environment, and how Linux and other platform level Open Source has been well-adopted.

-FT

One thought on “Halamka on Open Source Healthcare”

Comments are closed.