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CORHIO, IHIE, and CliniSync are ready to take on the challenges of participating in the new ONC health data exchange framework. Click here to read more from EHRIntelligence.com.
Physicians want more interoperability — that’s nothing new. The inability to easily exchange personal health information (PHI) from one system to another has led to physician burnout and hinders the many benefits of electronic health records (EHRs). Click here to read at HCANews.com
The information blocking portions of last week’s proposed rules from ONC and CMS contain a great deal of complexity and nuance. A range of health IT experts take a crack at deciphering what it all means. Click here to read more from HCInnovationGroup.com
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) today proposed new rules to support seamless and secure access, exchange, and use of electronic health information. The rules, issued by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), would increase choice and competition […]
NC HealthConnex now combines InterSystems’ health information exchange platform, HealthShare, with SAS’s health analytics, the companies announced at HIMSS19. Click here to read more from HealthCareITNews.com
How do public health officials know if there is a disease outbreak and where that outbreak has occurred? Surveillance is the cornerstone of public health practice, yet while disease surveillance has shifted toward greater use of electronically transmitted information to decrease the reporting burden on physicians, the challenge of getting the right information to public […]
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) proposed policy changes supporting its MyHealthEData initiative to improve patient access and advance electronic data exchange and care coordination throughout the healthcare system. The Interoperability and Patient Access Proposed Rule outlines opportunities to make patient data more useful and transferable through open, secure, standardized, and machine-readable formats […]
Health information exchange (HIE) participation in Florida was associated with readmission reduction, meaning hospitals should be encouraged to integrate HIE into their quality improvement initiatives, according to new research published in Health Affairs. Click here to read more from Health Care Innovation.
Most healthcare executives see a return on investment from clinical surveillance tools, but some believe that EHR solutions aren’t meeting all their data analytics needs. Click here to continue reading from HealthITAnalytics.com