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Journal AHIMA Federal Regulations Put Patients in the Drivers Seat
October 12, 2020

Journal of AHIMA: Federal Regulators Put Patients in the Driver’s Seat

Providers and payers need to be ready to fulfill data requests without delay.   The clock is ticking. The much talked about and much debated regulatory push towards greater healthcare…

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Diagnostic Imaging: Time's Up: Interoperability and Patient Data Access Requirements are Here
October 12, 2020

Diagnostic Imaging: Time’s Up: Interoperability and Patient Data Access Requirements are Here

Delaying compliance with Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology interoperability rules can lead to fines. As of November 2020, mandatory compliance with the new federal policies aimed…

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Journal AHIMA Federal Regulations Put Patients in the Drivers Seat

Journal of AHIMA: Federal Regulators Put Patients in the Driver’s Seat

Providers and payers need to be ready to fulfill data requests without delay.   The clock is ticking. The much talked about and much debated regulatory push towards greater healthcare…

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PM360 real world imaging drug development
September 1, 2020

PM360: Real-World Imaging Can Help Address Drug Development Delays Due to COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has created long-term disruptions for drug development programs. Clinical research visits present exposure risks to patients with high-risk conditions. Healthcare systems have redirected resources to essential support…

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interoperability is not a threat
July 15, 2020

Electronic Health Reporter: Health Data Interoperability Is No Longer An Existential Threat

In a public health report by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the state of the U.S. public health technology was likened to “puttering along the data superhighway in our Model T…

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tribulations of medical data exchange
July 8, 2020

Integrated Healthcare Executive: The Trials and Tribulations of Medical Data Exchange Are at a Tipping Point

CDs were commercially released in 1982, rose in popularity over the decade, and reached peak success in the 1990s before being replaced by more convenient technology. After a 38 year…

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The irony of COVID-19
June 1, 2020

ITN: The Irony of COVID-19

A delay of the ONC interoperability rule is as necessary now as the rule itself One year after being proposed, federal rules to advance interoperability in healthcare and create easier…

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