2019 Webinar: Understanding the New
Interoperability and Data Portability initiatives
What You’ll Learn
There is a shift towards value-based purchasing models that rewards value, outcomes, and patient satisfaction instead of merely volume. These initiatives along with CMS’s New Rules to improve the interoperability of Electronic Health Information will break down the barriers that prevent patients from having access to information made available by plans and providers via Patient unified portals and mobile application access.
Through new healthcare technology, patients will be able to choose providers and care team members that best meets their needs then give those providers secure access to their data, leading to greater competition and reduced costs all while providing critical support for value-based care innovative models.
- Innovations impacting “the New Normal of Healthcare.”
- How consumers will disrupt the health care market through robust “Platforms of Care.”
- The basic goals and structure of the MyHealthEData interoperability and data portability rules.
- New innovations as we walk through a robust “platform of care” that seamlessly operationalizes interoperability, data integration and consumer information sharing, through a holistic, patient-centered unified platform and patient mobile application.
This month’s webinar features our interoperability experts; James Paat and Marc Sweeney.
President & CEO, Chairman
A serial entrepreneur and recognized expert in the fields of NIEM, data integration and information sharing, Mr. Paat’s background includes nearly 25 years of experience working with global 1000 companies, government agencies, and innovative technology companies.
Marc A. Sweeney
Chief Pharmacy Officer & VP of Care Services
Dr. Sweeney received his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree from Ohio Northern University and received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from The Ohio State University. He completed an Academic Leadership Fellowship at Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine College.
With the shift toward a value-based purchasing model that rewards value, outcomes, and patient satisfaction instead of merely volume, these new initiatives are designed to break down the barriers that prevent patients from having electronic access and true control of their own health records from a device or application of their choice.
Through new technology, patients will be able to choose the providers that best meets their needs and then give those providers secure access to their data, leading to greater competition and reduced costs.
After this FREE 60 minute webinar you will:
- Understand the basic goals and structure of the new MyHealthEData interoperability and data portability initiatives
- Learn how the consumer market will disrupt health care
- Learn about new innovations as we walk through a robust “platform of care” that operationalizes interoperability, data integration and consumer information sharing through a holistic patient-centered platform and patient app
What is InXite The Box?
A Plug & Play solution for Plans, Health Systems and Providers to meet compliance requirements of new and changing patient data interoperability rules
- Public Reporting and Prevention of Information Blocking
InXite patient-centered architecture will track providers that are not able to share information as needed
- Advancing Interoperability in Innovative Models
Critical support of value-based care innovative models
And innovative approach that manages interoperability requirements at the platform level.
•FHIR • Blue Button 2.0 •Portal Screen Scraping •Secure Email •Data Entry •WebForms
- Patient Access to Information & Portability
•InXite will ensure patients have access to information made available by plans and providers via Patient Uniformed Portal and Mobile Application Access
•Provider Directory Data
- Care Coordination through Trusted Exchange Networks•InXite will ensure patients have access to information made available by plans and providers InXite qualifies as a reliable trust framework
- Improving the Dual Eligible Experience by increasing Frequency of Federal-State Data Exchanges
- Future changes and enhancements to Patient Interoperability Rules
- Provider Digital Contact Information
A centralized directory of provider electronic addresses for data exchange