Join us for a live virtual session with leading industry experts, Mike Sutten, Phil Fasano, and David Nace, MD, to understand the changing landscape of interoperability in healthcare and how a FHIR-enabled Data Activation Platform can drive true interoperability and help healthcare organizations and payers become CMS compliant.
The industry is inching closer to the goal of putting patients truly at the center. As the healthcare system becomes more proficient, payers will be held to a higher standard. To become compliant with the CMS Patient Access and Provider Directory APIs, they need to overcome complex clinical, operational, and security challenges.
For years, healthcare leaders have been calling attention to the advantages of entrusting members with their health data. With the enactment of the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Rule (CMS 9115-F), the endeavor has finally come to pass. CMS and ONC's final rules on data interoperability and information blocking present complex clinical, operational, and security challenges for healthcare organizations. They will need to strategize how to modernize their IT infrastructure to enable secure access to sensitive information.
The term ‘healthcare interoperability’ has been making rounds in health care space for quite some time. Ever since the advancement of health information technology, the importance of seamless data exchange has reached an all-time high. It not just concerns provi...