Virtual eLearning for eligible hospitals and eligible professionals. Register today for these free webinars focusing on health IT adoption. Check back each week for new events.Read More
Watch this month’s The ABCs of VBC as experts Dan Michelson, CEO of Strata Decision Technologies, and executives from Healthcare Bluebook join Matt Fusan to explore the transparency rule itself.
Are you planning on attending any upcoming Health IT Events (Virtually?)? Can’t make an event? Are you at a virtual event? Keep up-to-the-minute on Twitter reading and using the event #hashtags.
ICYMI – eFax Corporate and two privacy and security experts examine key provisions outlined in the HIPAA Privacy Rule. Including what healthcare providers can expect under the new Biden administration including steps to take in preparation for the final rule.
ATA EDGE Policy Conference focuses on health disparities, highlights launch of Telehealth Equity Council. The American Telemedicine Association took a deep dive on health disparities at the ATA EDGE Policy Conference, exploring Telehealth’s Role in Expanding Access to Care, Leaving No One Behind.
DirectTrust has announced its Third Annual DirectTrust Summit, to be held virtually June 9-10. It will provide a robust learning and networking experience for attendees, with an array of healthcare industry leaders sharing ideas and best practices around improving health information exchange and interoperability.
Follow and join the conversations with #ONCAPI. A recent ONC virtual event, Accelerating APIs in Healthcare: A Year in Review and Momentum for 2021, featured more…
Conferences are a good way to get the newest information, network, earn some needed continuing education, or get back in touch with peers. With the pandemic still raging, companies are moving forward with their conferences and events online. Here are some upcoming virtual events to consider.
Watch this month’s The ABCs of VBC as experts from SPH Analytics and the Medical Advantage Group dissect the Final Rule, outline the changes that will impact both MIPS and APM participants, and provide insights based on our collective experience over the previous four years of the Quality Payment Program (QPP).