DOTmed April 12, 2021
Scott Galbari

Provisions of the ONC and CMS interoperability rules begin to take effect in April of this year, and payers, providers, HIEs, and the developers who deliver HCIT solutions to these organizations are feverishly working to comply despite the many challenges they’ve faced as a result of the pandemic. The pandemic has diverted resources and focus away from many strategic initiatives – and interoperability is no exception.

However, responding to the pandemic and meeting regulatory compliance are not mutually exclusive. Strategic health IT organizations are realizing that they can simultaneously make progress toward rule compliance while managing the demands of the pandemic. Specifically, by leveraging advanced integration technology, healthcare organizations can ensure compliance, and improve efficiency and efficacy of pandemic-driven IT initiatives.

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Topics: CMS, EMR / EHR, Govt Agencies, Health IT, HIE (Interoperability), Insurance, ONC, Provider, Technology
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