Advancing Nationwide Person-Centered Health Data Exchange
February 21, 2017 — 11:30AM - 12:30PM EST
Orange County Convention Center
Ubiquitous nationwide health data exchange has eluded the healthcare industry for decades--until now. Over the course of the last year, thousands of hospitals and clinics have been increasingly accessing and using patient data collected at other provider locations, whether across the city or across the country. Hear how Beebe Healthcare is leveraging that newly available data to better manage their patients’ care, access their snowbirds’ health records and treat tourists in their community. Gain insights on how this accessible data, using standardized industry methods, will soon go beyond just acute and ambulatory health records, but will also include data from long-term care facilities, home health agencies, imaging and radiology clinics and more healthcare provider sites. Hear how providers are able to access all of these health records within their current workflow and how their patients can get direct access to their records as well.
Discuss the barriers that hinder scalable, nationwide, vendor-neutral interoperability today
Recognize how to increase physician access to and use of external patient records as part of their clinical treatment plans
Identify the benefits for building person-centric information exchange services into current health IT systems to reduce time to market and increase end user adoption