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New Service Model for NH

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Lightbulb moment. Following inspiration from the Forbes conference and lots of thought and deliberation, NH is announcing a new model of service. Previously, efforts were focused primarily on free clinics in Baltimore. Since NH implementation and support services are directed around a web based model, our organization is shifting gears in order to provide service more broadly. Moving forward, our focus will be on providing free and low cost implementation and support services for open source health software and non-proprietary health software standards based initiatives such as HL7FHIR, DICOM-SR, and Annotation Image Markup (AIM). Efforts remain focused on web driven services.

Author: Michael Morris

Michael is Co-founder, Vice-President and Director of Technology for Networking Health. Michael is currently a resident physician in Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at the University of Maryland Medical Center following the completion of an internship in Internal Medicine at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, MD. He completed his Medical Doctorate (M.D.) at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD. He completed his Bachelor's and Master's of Science in the same discipline of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Johns Hopkins University. Michael has always been a computer science hobbyist and he has worked on several web development projects for University of Maryland School of Medicine, the Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine as well as several private businesses.

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