Encore: Interoperability: enhancing the patient record and benefit to the end user through nationwide health information exchanges

The ability to connect patient and consumer health records and information has been a long-running industry challenge. While significant progress has been made over the past decade, what can we do as administrators and providers to collectively reach interoperability’s mission? Join a conversation featuring viewpoints from an industry analyst, and U.S. and UK government representatives as they discuss the ecosystem of healthcare and share ideas of how the industry can come together to improve interoperability beyond data collection to usability.

  • Session Type:Power session
  • Learning objective 1:Discover the challenges in interoperability from a national and global perspective.
  • Learning objective 2:Explore successes gained from health information exchanges on a nationwide scale.
  • Learning objective 3:Evaluate how a large-scale federated HIE implementation impacts the supply chain, patient care experience, the health of a population and supports the care team.
  • Content topics:Interoperability, Ambulatory, Ambulatory ASP, Care Continuum, Clinicals, Clinician experience, CommunityWorks, Consumer, Data and analytics, Enterprise operations/infrastructure, Government, Health system operation, Learning Health Network, Open platforms, Patient experience and engagement, Patient safety, Pediatrics, Population health management, Revenue cycle management, Professional services, Security, Workforce health, Continuous advancement/upgrades/optimization
  • Solutions:Seamless Exchange, Acute Case Management, APACHE, Behavioral Health, Code/Open Platforms, Command Center, CommonWell, Consumer Framework, Determinants of Health, Device integration, Emergency Medicine, Health Information Management (HIM), HealtheLife Patient Portal, HealtheReferrals, HIE, PowerChart, Virtual Care, Women’s Health and Maternity
  • Target audience:Business Development, Business Intelligence, Care Management, Case Management, Health Information Management, Human Resources, Informatics, Information Technology, Managed Care, Marketing, Network Management, Operations, Patient Access, Patient Engagement, Physician, Population Health, Quality, Regulatory, Research, Revenue Cycle Management, Security, Telehealth, Value-Based Care
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