Watch the fifth panel session of this Interoperability Summit moderated by Jim Tate, sponsored by NextGen Healthcare, and with panelists Muhammad Chebli, Justin Villines, and Lisa R. Nelson.Read More
By Devin Partida – Electronic health records are increasingly complex. Avenues include centralized patient management systems and remote data collection from at-home medical devices. They amplify data density for healthcare executives, inspiring advances. Vast quantities are essential for diagnostics and treatment research and development with a digital-first focus.
Watch the first panel session of this Interoperability Summit moderated by Susan Clark, sponsored by Mediquant, and with panelist DiDi Davis and Katherine Lusk.
Watch the second panel session of this Interoperability Summit moderated by Kyle Neuman, sponsored by ID.me Inc., and with panelists Jason Barr, Ryan Howells, Marc Mar-Yohana and Lindsey Hall.
Aligning with goals set forth by the organization’s Directory Improvement Initiative, the updated Directory Policy will increase the functionality, access, and usability of the DirectTrust Directory.
NOW on demand, The Tate Chronicles with host Jim Tate and guest Kel Pults, Chief Clinical Officer and VP, Government Strategy for MediQuant sharing best practices on healthcare data archiving.
By Paul L Wilder – This year, the hot topic in health interoperability has been TEFCA. Even when we try to think of other things it comes back to that. Here at CommonWell we are proud of 10 years making connections and over 210M lives registered in our system for whom we have made health better through data.
By Alex Mugge & Kyle Cobb – An interoperable U.S. healthcare system depends on collaboration across diverse groups inside and outside of government, working in a complex environment toward a common goal. The ONC and CMS play different but complementary roles to advance health data interoperability.
By Tony Schueth – Point-of-Care Partners had the opportunity to attend the latest HL7 Working Group Meeting held in New Orleans. Here are our highlights of the event, the factors that may have influenced attendance, and the themes of the sessions as well as our “Aha” moments.