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Asymmetrik makes technology that makes healthcare better.

Latest Episodes

Episode 3: Amsterdam FHIR DevDays 2018

The Asymmetrik Team goes overseas for Amsterdam DevDays 2018. Team members Robert Winterbottom, Dan Benjamin, and Andrew Marcus what's new with FHIR and interoperability

17 MINJAN 31
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Episode 3: Amsterdam FHIR DevDays 2018

Song: Let FHIR Light the Way

Farley and the Black Sheep, Asymmetrik’s House Band, has released our second single! The song describes some specific ways in which the FHIR API specification will make healthcare better for patients and improve interoperability between health systems. The song was written, recorded and produced by Andrew Marcus. Farley and the Black Sheep: Markus Dale: Vocals, Guitar Peter Grasso: Saxophone Randy Jones: Drums Jody Lapp: Bass Abraham McIlvaine: Hammond Organ Andrew Marcus: Accordion Bryan Young: Bassoon Sing along with us! Shouldn’t you be able to wear - a fitness tracker And to send your doc your vitals from the comfort of your home Shouldn’t you be able to see - your favorite specialist And have your visit summary sent - back to your phone Shouldn’t your doctor know - your basic information So that you don’t need a clipboard every time you pay a call Shouldn’t your doctor have - the latest science research So she knows her favorite treatment is no longer - protocol We live i...

2 MIN2018 NOV 11
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Song: Let FHIR Light the Way

Episode 02: FHIR DevDays Boston

The Asymmetrik Team get FHIRed up in Boston for DevDays 2018. Team members Jon Lee, Robert Winterbottom, Andrew Marcus share their experience with Asymmetrik host Toni Fung

19 MIN2018 AUG 1
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Episode 02: FHIR DevDays Boston

Song: We're Getting SMART on FHIR

Farley and the Black Sheep, Asymmetrik’s House Band, has just released their first single! The song enumerates particular resources in the HL7 FHIR API specification, which will make healthcare better for patients and improve interoperability between health systems. The song was written, recorded and produced by Andrew Marcus. Farley and the Black Sheep: Markus Dale: Vocals JT Grasso: Trumpet Peter Grasso: Saxophone Randy Jones: Drums Jody Lapp: Bass Andrew Marcus: Accordion, Keyboards Bryan Young: Bassoon Sing along with us! The FHIR spec has US Core, STU3 and R4 Policies and Profiles and Terminology Measuring of Body Sites, Tracking Medical Device, Appointment, Statement, Risk Assessment, Capability Allergy Intolerance, Healthcare Service, Provenance Observation, Medication, DSTU2 Care Team, Coverage, and Consent, Structure, Sequence, Specimen Care Plan, Clinical Impression, Endpoint, OAuth2 We're getting SMART on FHIR It’s been in the air since Obamacare We're getting SMART on ...

1 MIN2018 JUN 19
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Song: We're Getting SMART on FHIR

Episode 01: Playing with FHIR

In this first ever Asymmetrik Healthcare podcast, learn about FHIR, the popular new way to make healthcare IT work better together.

13 MIN2018 MAY 10
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Episode 01: Playing with FHIR
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Latest Episodes

Episode 3: Amsterdam FHIR DevDays 2018

The Asymmetrik Team goes overseas for Amsterdam DevDays 2018. Team members Robert Winterbottom, Dan Benjamin, and Andrew Marcus what's new with FHIR and interoperability

17 MINJAN 31
Comments
Episode 3: Amsterdam FHIR DevDays 2018

Song: Let FHIR Light the Way

Farley and the Black Sheep, Asymmetrik’s House Band, has released our second single! The song describes some specific ways in which the FHIR API specification will make healthcare better for patients and improve interoperability between health systems. The song was written, recorded and produced by Andrew Marcus. Farley and the Black Sheep: Markus Dale: Vocals, Guitar Peter Grasso: Saxophone Randy Jones: Drums Jody Lapp: Bass Abraham McIlvaine: Hammond Organ Andrew Marcus: Accordion Bryan Young: Bassoon Sing along with us! Shouldn’t you be able to wear - a fitness tracker And to send your doc your vitals from the comfort of your home Shouldn’t you be able to see - your favorite specialist And have your visit summary sent - back to your phone Shouldn’t your doctor know - your basic information So that you don’t need a clipboard every time you pay a call Shouldn’t your doctor have - the latest science research So she knows her favorite treatment is no longer - protocol We live i...

2 MIN2018 NOV 11
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Song: Let FHIR Light the Way

Episode 02: FHIR DevDays Boston

The Asymmetrik Team get FHIRed up in Boston for DevDays 2018. Team members Jon Lee, Robert Winterbottom, Andrew Marcus share their experience with Asymmetrik host Toni Fung

19 MIN2018 AUG 1
Comments
Episode 02: FHIR DevDays Boston

Song: We're Getting SMART on FHIR

Farley and the Black Sheep, Asymmetrik’s House Band, has just released their first single! The song enumerates particular resources in the HL7 FHIR API specification, which will make healthcare better for patients and improve interoperability between health systems. The song was written, recorded and produced by Andrew Marcus. Farley and the Black Sheep: Markus Dale: Vocals JT Grasso: Trumpet Peter Grasso: Saxophone Randy Jones: Drums Jody Lapp: Bass Andrew Marcus: Accordion, Keyboards Bryan Young: Bassoon Sing along with us! The FHIR spec has US Core, STU3 and R4 Policies and Profiles and Terminology Measuring of Body Sites, Tracking Medical Device, Appointment, Statement, Risk Assessment, Capability Allergy Intolerance, Healthcare Service, Provenance Observation, Medication, DSTU2 Care Team, Coverage, and Consent, Structure, Sequence, Specimen Care Plan, Clinical Impression, Endpoint, OAuth2 We're getting SMART on FHIR It’s been in the air since Obamacare We're getting SMART on ...

1 MIN2018 JUN 19
Comments
Song: We're Getting SMART on FHIR

Episode 01: Playing with FHIR

In this first ever Asymmetrik Healthcare podcast, learn about FHIR, the popular new way to make healthcare IT work better together.

13 MIN2018 MAY 10
Comments
Episode 01: Playing with FHIR
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