For more than four decades, the Massachusetts Health Data Consortium (MHDC) has been the trusted and objective facilitator of health information and technology transformation in Massachusetts and across the country. With our merger with the New England Healthcare Exchange Network or NEHEN, we provide a range of health data innovations, insights, and services to over 4,000 health professionals across more than 200 organizations. Our mission is to inform and empower the individual in their health journey and reduce the burden healthcare imposes on patients and their families, providers, and payers. We realize this mission by assisting health organizations in navigating regulations, sharing health data securely and effectively, and reducing the burden and cost of inefficiency.
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Membership is your opportunity to participate in collaborative innovation, learn from industry and technology leaders, understand compliance with health data regulations, and advance efforts in health equity and accessibility, data standardization, interoperability, and value.
The Data Governance Collaborative (DGC) challenges healthcare organizations to take a holistic view of data, technology, and process to achieve the data standardization and interoperability necessary to meet regulatory requirements and business goals (such as organizational agility and engaging patients and enrollees in the use and management of their health data).
MHDC DGC Deep Dive: Physical Therapy
The DGC regularly holds deep dives into specific topics related to health data and interoperability. These topics will fall into two categories: 1) types of data and 2) types of care with special needs. These meetings are public and bring the community together to look at data collected, industry workflows, and improvements that could be made related to data standardization and interoperability. This meeting will focus on data collection and workflows related to physical therapy in outpatient and inpatient settings by independent clinics, large chains, and hospitals and other general acute care settings. We will look at industry activity around standardization of physical therapy data, how it gets collected, and how it is exchanged.
2 -4pm EST
MHDC Executive Forum Series: Foundations: Exchange Standards
How can data be exchanged? What regulations mandate its exchange? How do industry-accepted exchange standards help promote equity and improve the patient experience? Join us for one of many member-only 2023 forum discussions. Visit our Forum page for the full-year curriculum for the Forum.
9 - 10:30am EST