CMS Interoperability Updates
Lack of seamless data exchange in healthcare has historically detracted from patient care, leading to poor health outcomes, and higher costs. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has established policies that break down barriers in the nation’s health system to enable better patient access to their health information, improve interoperability and unleash innovation, while reducing burden on payers and providers.
Through these regulations, patients and their healthcare providers will have the opportunity to be more informed, which can lead to better care and improved patient outcomes, while at the same time reducing burden. In a future where data flows freely and securely between payers, providers, and patients, we can achieve truly coordinated care, improved health outcomes, and reduced costs.
Anticipated Lessons Learned:
Speaker: Alexandra (Alex) Mugge, MPH, Director and Deputy Chief Health Informatics Officer
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