Even as EHR vendor-driven networks gain maturity and scope, older and more traditional health information exchanges still have a lot of critical value to bring to the table, one expert says. Click here to continue reading more from healthcareitnews.com
Adopting health data standards in a consistent and comprehensive manner will be key to enabling meaningful healthcare interoperability. Click here to read more from EHRIntelligence.com
American Hospital Association, other groups call for widespread effort to accelerate interoperability
More and more healthcare organizations are urging a broader swath of the industry to get involved driving interoperability. The latest is a Jan. 22 report from seven leading national hospital associations urging “all stakeholders” to take part. Click here to read more from HealthcareITNews.com
Health information exchanges can help providers and public health departments overcome common obstacles. Click here to read more from HealthcareITNews.com
Missouri Health Connection has on boarded a new MHC Participant, Baron Cardiology Group, PC of Springfield, MO. MHC is glad to have the group join our network!
A new ONC data brief offers insight into the state of HIE adoption, health data exchange, and interoperability among acute care hospitals. Click here to read more from ehrintelligence.com
In the past two years, Manifest MedEx (MX), now the largest nonprofit health data exchange in California, has rapidly grown after being formed as the result of a merger between San Francisco-based California Integrated Data Exchange (Cal INDEX) and the San Bernardino-based Inland Empire Health Information Exchange (IEHIE) back in 2017. Click here to continue reading from […]
One HIE leader believes that health information exchanges fill a critical gap interoperability gap created by large EHR vendors. Click here to read more from Healthcare Informatics
Now that most providers have implemented an electronic health or medical record system to comply with federal Meaningful Use requirements, the government has turned its attention in healthcare technology to interoperability. In fact, last April, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services renamed the program—it’s now Promoting Interoperability. Click here to continue reading this article […]
HIE adoption can help healthcare organizations increase rates of health data exchange and succeed in federal incentive programs.