Join the first kick-off call on Thursday, October 29 at 3:00 pm ET for The Sequoia Project and their new workgroup. The first goal of the Data Usability Workgroup is to develop implementation guides.Read More
HHS announced five cooperative agreements to HIEs to help support state and local public health agencies in their efforts to respond to public health emergencies, including disasters and pandemics such as COVID-19.
By Anish Mahajan MD – We’re all well aware of the unprecedented historical significance of the global public health situation managing the coronavirus pandemic. We’ve all had to shift our behaviors in how we do things ─ including changing the way we live and work.
Join us Oct. 8th at 1pm ET for our 5th annual panel discussion on the state of interoperability. Our moderator and panelists will discuss where the industry is headed now amidst the backdrop of government regulations and COVID.
The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the importance of interoperability across healthcare including providers, payers, vendors and patients. In this presentation, Health IT experts John Nebergall and Scott Stuewe will examine the impact COVID-19 has had on healthcare’s interoperability challenge while examining the options for secure and trusted data exchange.
By Andy Aroditis – While widespread testing is key to safely reopening the economy and easing social distancing restrictions, issues such as accessibility, delayed or missing results, and concerns over accuracy continue to loom nationwide.
The Sequoia Project launched new resources and training for the healthcare and health IT communities preparing for the November 2, 2020 deadline to comply with U.S. Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT information blocking and interoperability rules.