The American Medical Association (AMA) and six other organizations have asked two congressional committees to use their oversight of the 21st Century Cures Act to improve interoperability and empower patients with meaningful health information while ensuring data is safe and secure.
Detailed documentation is a critical, but oft dreaded, part of every patient encounter. One doctor set out to put the focus back on patients while ensuring the paperwork is done.
In an increasingly connected medical ecosystem where patient safety, health status improvement, and provider reimbursement are impacted at every point along the continuum, the need to efficiently, securely share data appears to have reached a tipping point.
Three medical technology companies are first to adopt new data portability model for blood pressure monitoring devices
On Feb. 11, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services posted the following information and links to resources regarding new interoperability rules:
Improved efficiency and communication are at the heart of blockchain technology, offering great promise for the healthcare industry to realize improved outcomes in both a business and clinical setting.
New data sharing software is expected to improve communication, decrease emergency visits for TennCare patients
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