Government impact on Interoperability
Join Hans Buitendijk, Director Interoperability Strategy at Cerner and Josh Mast, Lead Regulatory Strategist as they discuss the impact government has on the evolution of health care interoperability to date and the future through key legislative and regulatory initiatives.
Interoperability has been around for many decades. First across information system components, then across departments, further crossing organizational boundaries, and now growing to a national if not global level of sharing data. Initial cross-organizational interoperability emerged in the mid-eighties. Regional collaborations started in the nineties. National networks started this century, and now we are exploring how to further share and manage data better and deeper into the workflows across all stakeholders, including providers, payers, consumers, research, and public health. In this webinar, we’ll review the role of government to ever expand on the reach and value of interoperability through HITECH, establishing a nation-wide information network, 21st Century Cures Act, and now also the introduction of TEFCA, while exploring what this foundation will require and enable us to focus on next to make essential data available at your fingertips. You’ll gain insight as to where the industry is going and how government will promote consumer participation in information sharing.
- Understand evolution of healthcare interoperability and where the industry is going
- Learn where to focus resources to comply with government regulations
- Discuss the connection between government influence and private innovation in the world of healthcare interoperability
Start Date: 10/22/2020
Event Type: Archived , College LIVE
Hans Buitendijk, Director, Interoperability Strategy, Cerner
Josh Mast, Lead Regulatory Strategist, Cerner