On our 4th annual Current and Future State of Interoperability, our moderator and panelists discuss two complimentary access rules that look to move the entire industry to full-scale Interoperability.
The Interoperability and Patient Access rules are the driving force behind the belief that patients own their health data and need to be able to easily access it. Together, the two rules – one from CMS and the other from the ONC – address both technical and healthcare industry factors that have historically created industry barriers to Interoperability. Both rules also support Interoperability and data blocking as part of implementing the 21st Century Cures act.
Join moderator healthcare attorney Matt Fisher and this year’s line-up of industry leaders as the panel discuss the impact of these two rules set to go in to effect in 2020, as well as farther-reaching implications. The roundtable topics for discussion will include:
- Adoption and use of APIs as the infrastructure for Interoperability
- Adoption of the United States Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI) as a standard for defining core data
- Adoption of FHIR as a standard
- How the rules address Information blocking and export of Electronic Health Information (EHI)
- Intellectual property- How can health IT companies compete and protect their IP in an open marketplace
- How will providers, vendors and payer prepare to deliver clinical EHI on request
- How do the rules address patient safety and promote the development of safer health IT applications and practices
- How do the rules impact patient privacy and the security of health data
This webinar is sponsored by: eFax Corporate® a brand of j2 Cloud Services™, Inc. (NASDAQ:JCOM). Founded in 1995, j2 is an award-winning, leading provider of Internet services through its two divisions: Business Cloud Services and Digital Media. As of December 31, 2018, j2 had achieved 23 consecutive fiscal years of revenue growth. For more information about eFax Corporate®, please visit: enterprise.efax.com.