HIMSS19: Loud and clear message from feds on patient data: It belongs to patients

FierceHealthIT

Federal healthcare officials put industry stakeholders on notice this week that patient data belongs to patients, and efforts to block patients' access to their data will not be tolerated

CMS’ Proposed PI Rule Changes Is A Good Start, But Does It Address Enough?

Electronic Health Reporter

Federal healthcare organizations, such as CMS, have spent billions of dollars over the years trying to bridge the gap between medical data and quality patient care with interoperability requirements and data integration, the mesh used to try and bridge the gap.

A Texas lawsuit being heard this week could mean life or death for the ACA

FierceHealthIT

In a Texas courtroom, a group of Republican attorneys general, led by Texas’ Ken Paxton, is set to face off against a group of Democratic attorneys general, led by California’s Xavier Becerra, in a lawsuit aimed at striking down the federal healthcare law

Most Americans Want the Federal Government to Ensure Healthcare for All

Health Populi

believe that the Federal government should ensure that their fellow Americans, a new Gallup Poll found. In 2006, Medicare Part D launched, which may have boosted consumers’ faith in Federal healthcare programs. Most people in the U.S.

CMS’s PI interoperability rule change is a good start, but is there more it can address?

Healthcare Guys

The healthcare industry has attempted to bridge the gap between medical data and quality patient care. However, healthcare systems will have to demonstrate their operability to CMS to abide by PI and therefore allow access of their EHR systems.

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Advances in Caring for At-Risk Veterans Using New Information Technology Tools

ConnectedHealth

On September 13, LifeWIRE, the Connected Health Initiative, and Health Tech Strategies convened an expert panel to discuss how new information technologies can be used to address and reduce suicide in the United States’ active duty and veteran populations. Panelists included U.S.

CMS’s Proposed PI Rule Changes: A Good Start, but is it Enough?

Healthcare Guys

Federal healthcare organizations, such as CMS, have spent billions of dollars over the years trying to bridge the gap between medical data and quality patient care with interoperability requirements and data integration, the mesh used to try and bridge the gap. However, healthcare systems will have to demonstrate their interoperability to CMS to abide by PI and, therefore, allow access to their EHR systems. By Thanh Tran, CEO, Zoeticx.

CMS’s Proposed PI Rule Changes Is A Good Start But Does It Address Enough

Healthcare Guys

Federal healthcare organizations such as CMS have spent billions of dollars over the years trying to bridge the gap between medical data and quality patient care with interoperability requirements and data integration, the mesh used to try and bridge the gap. However, healthcare systems will have to demonstrate their operability to CMS to abide by PI and therefore allow access of their EHR systems.

CMSs Proposed PI Rule Changes Is A Good Start, But Does It Address Enough?

Healthcare Guys

By Thanh Tran, CEO, Zoeticx Federal healthcare organizations such as CMS have spent billions of dollars over the years trying to bridge the gap between medical data and quality patient care with interoperability requirements and data integration, the mesh used to try and bridge the gap. However, healthcare systems will have to demonstrate their operability to CMS to abide by PI and therefore allow access of their EHR systems.

CMS’s Proposed Interoperability PI Rule Changes Is A Good Start, But Does It Address Enough?

Healthcare Guys

Federal healthcare organizations such as CMS have spent billions of dollars over the years trying to bridge the gap between medical data and quality patient care with interoperability requirements and data integration, the mesh used to try and bridge the gap. However, healthcare systems will have to demonstrate their operability to CMS to abide by PI and therefore allow access of their EHR systems.

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