Healthcare Innovation September 23, 2022
David Raths

Legislation will require the Maryland Department of Health, nursing homes, electronic health networks and prescription drug dispensers to provide data to the state-designated HIE

The State of Maryland has signed into law requirements that make the concept of a health data utility a reality for CRISP, the state’s designated health information exchange.

Effective Oct. 1, 2022, state law will require the state-designated HIE to provide data in real-time to individuals and organizations involved in the treatment and care coordination of patients and to public health officials to support public health goals. The new legislation will also require the Maryland Department of Health (MDH), nursing homes, electronic health networks and...

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