On-Demand Webinar: A Provider’s Perspective on Healthcare Interoperability Healthcare payers are not the only group responsible for driving and achieving true interoperability. It’s ultimately a larger patient-centric endeavor and includes providers as well....
Interoperability Compliance: A Marathon of Sprints By: Charlie Provenzano Healthcare interoperability is intimidating. Though the July 1, 2021 compliance deadline has come and gone, a lot of payers continue to struggle with the many moving parts: which...
GUEST BLOG: Da Vinci Project’s One-on-One with Founding Member HealthLX By: Jocelyn Keegan, Da Vinci Project Program Manager As the Program Manager for the Da Vinci Project, I get to work with leadership across the many stakeholders represented in our private-sector...
Why Your Healthcare Organization Needs to Catch FHIR Part II By: Charlie Provenzano Unlike some technologies that have been talked about everywhere but seldom implemented (blockchain?), FHIR is finding widespread adoption both in systems and in policy. This month, the...
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