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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is supporting clinicians on the front lines by getting red tape out of the way so the healthcare delivery system can focus on the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) response.
HHS announced unprecedented steps to expand Americans’ access to telehealth services during the COVID-19 outbreak. CMS expanded Medicare coverage for telehealth visits, the HHS Office for Civil Rights announced it will waive potential HIPAA penalties for good faith use of telehealth during the emergency.
HHS Finalizes Historic Rules to Provide Patients More Control of Their Health Data: Final rules require access to health information, spur innovation and aim to end information blocking.
Your personal health information is moving and being viewed to improve the quality of your healthcare and lower the costs. The job will not be complete until all health records are digital and interoperable. Here’s what’s happening to make that reality.
The final rule adopted policies that will continue the advancement of certified EHR technology (CEHRT) utilization, further reduce burden, and increase interoperability and patient access to their health information.
By Andrew Gettinger MD & Thomas A. Mason MD – The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released a comprehensive strategy to reduce the regulatory and administrative burden related to the use of health IT, including EHRs.
February 25-27, 2020 Hilton Baltimore, Baltimore MD Hashtag: #CMSQualCon20 In early 2020, The CMS Quality Conference, brought to you by the Centers for Medicare &…
The deadline to submit 2019 data for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program is March 2, 2020.