Monday, Nov 16, 2020 | 1:00 PM ET
Navigating through the Data Interoperability Challenge
Healthcare regulations and standards are constantly changing across the industry. 2020 created an even greater data challenge for insurers and providers due to the impact of COVID-19, implementation of the 21st Century Cures Act and FHIR standards becoming a necessity to follow. Although it seems messy, providing greater interoperability for U.S. patient data is an extremely important step to improve health delivery, streamline workflows and give patient’s greater visibility into their care journeys.
How can health executives navigate new Data Interoperability standards and regulations, better manage data sets through a central depository, and set up a true end-to-end solution? Collaboration and exchanging best practices is key to learn more about critical actions healthcare payers must take to meet the future patient data demands.
- What are the Lessons Learned around Data from Covid-19
- What is the importance of the Health and Human Services Cures Act
- How to solve challenges around the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resource (FHIR)
- How to abide by FHIR for Patient Access API to Claims (ONC and CMS)
Rajeev RonankiSenior Vice President, Elevance Health
Vijay VenkatesanChief Analytics Officer, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey
Pam FleurySenior Director Product Management, Healthcare, Oracle