This novel technology--which includes an optional proprietary (patented) component--connects all parties in a way similar to the telephone system. It enables massive amounts of patient data to be exchanged securely and inexpensively between any parties. It accommodates standalone and networked computers, as well cloud-based computing. It operates cost-effectively even when bandwidth is low and connectivity is intermittent regardless of available bandwidth, transmits comprehensive health data in the most efficient way possible, fosters collaboration among loosely individuals and organizations in coupled professional and social networks, and promotes the dissemination of ever-evolving knowledge providing evidence-based decision support that continually improves outcomes and lowers costs for greater healthcare value.
In this proposed architecture, the nodes are in a decentralized peer-to-peer (P2P) publish/subscribe mesh node network. The nodes can reside on any suitable computerized device, including computer hard drives, smart phones, smart cards, USB flash drives, etc. and it can works in conjunction with desktop (stand-alone; client-server) and cloud computing systems.
- The push for ‘push’ technology for the NHIN
- Combining Cloud Computing, Client-Server and Novel P2P Pub/Sub Mesh Node Network Architectures (Part 1 of 2)
- Combining Cloud Computing, Client-Server and Novel P2P Pub/Sub Mesh Node Network Architectures (Part 2 of 2)
- Simple, Low-Cost, Secure Health Data Exchange
- Who should Own a Patient’s Health Data, Where should they be Stored, and How should they be Exchanged (Part 1 of 2)
- Who should Own a Patient’s Health Data, Where should they be Stored, and How should they be Exchanged (Part 2 of 2)
- Health IT: Comparing Cloud Computing and Desktop Applications (Part 1)
- Health IT: Comparing Cloud Computing and Desktop Applications (Part 2)
- Health IT: Comparing Cloud Computing and Desktop Applications (Part 3)
- Dueling Data Formats
- Knowledge, Standards and the Healthcare Crisis: Part 6
- Introducing our disruptive CP Split technology