Population Health and Interoperability: At the crossroads of both - Your patient's chart

  • 05 Sep 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • MHDC Offices and Online


  • Members may attend the talk in person - space is limited!
  • Members may attend online if preferred
  • Non-members can join MHDC as Individual Online members and save over 50% on AC Series events.
  • Non Members may attend presentations online.

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Population Health and Interoperability:  

At the crossroads of both - Your patient's chart

When it comes to tackling population health, care teams need clarity and data to drive decisions. Setting plans in motion requires the right tools needed to get a clear picture of your patient populations — who they are, where they've been, and where they're going. See how effective use of registries and aggregated data in the patient's chart can drive better care management decisions in the quest to deliver on the triple aim.

Neither geographical boundaries nor hospital affiliation should hinder a clinician’s access to patient records. There’s many different routes to achieve interoperability, just as there are many different routes that a patient and their records can travel. Interoperability isn’t really about clicks, or C-CDAs, or interfaces, or data. It’s about people, and simplifying healthcare to make their lives better. That means bridging the gaps that can happen during care transitions, making sure a patient’s record goes wherever they go. And ensuring that patient information always reaches the right clinician, when and where it’s supposed to.

Learning objectives:

     Learn how the use of registries and aggregated patient data can drive more coordinated care management decisions

     See how analytics can turn data into actionable knowledge 

     Hear how access to non-network EHR data can improve efficiency and quality of care


Scott Godbout, Marketing Solutions Manager, MEDITECH

Massachusetts Health Data Consortium
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