Interoperability may be key in improving patient health outcomes. But studies show that despite knowing the benefits of interoperable systems, patients remain hesitant to share their health data.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently finalized the “CMS Interoperability and Prior Authorization” rule. How might this rule improve data exchange and decrease administrative burden for providers?
What can we learn from accountable care organizations that all use a shared EHR? What does this tell us about how we can reapproach interoperability? What barriers stand in the way? Explore these questions with Privia Health™ Chief Technology Officer Chris Voigt!
HIMSS19 was an exciting, promising whirlwind that bodes well for the future of healthcare. If I had to pin down a theme, it would be “interoperability” — what it is, how healthcare consumerism has transformed it, why it matters for patient engagement, and how technology can achieve it.
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