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.

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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Will CMS’s PI rule review be a sweet change or is it just pie in the sky?

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.

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.