Altering existing workflows to ease data accessibility for other healthcare stakeholders across the value chain did not feature high up on the list of priorities for payers until now. However, since the CMS Final Interoperability rule has been issued, it is important to achieve compliance within the designated timelines.
The collateral benefit of implementing the mandate is accomplishing absolute data transparency. Interoperability makes it easy for healthcare payers to identify gaps in care, execute timely interventions, and get new insights for population health management.
Check out the recorded version of the virtual session with leading Payer experts to understand how the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Rule establishes data transparency in the healthcare continuum and subsequently improves overall care delivery and health outcomes.
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