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Driving Interoperable Data Exchange: Understanding HHS Policies and the Expansion of Exchange Services

February 19, 2017 — 03:15PM EST - 04:15PM EST
Orange County Convention Center
331A
Session ID: 
INT6
This session is part of a special program called Interoperability and HIE Symposium: Interoperability and Health Information Exchange - Making It Work. Extra fees and registration may be required.

Description

This session will allow the audience to hear leadership within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) describe the agency’s plans for value-based purchasing and the roles for technology and HIE in enabling these policies. The introduction of new requirements under MACRA, MIPS and APMS are dependent upon interoperability and health information exchange. Combined with expanded federal funding sources, these policies are driving new solutions, partnerships and business models.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Describe how the Department of Health and Human Services’ models for payment reform impact health information exchange
  • Explain the opportunities for supporting exchange activities across the broader healthcare stakeholder community. Assess how HHS reimbursement strategies impact the business case for health information exchange
  • Identify the Medicaid system priorities for 2017 that are shaping the interoperability agenda and approach
  • Describe the strategies HHS will employ to advance interoperability, including convening authority to improve public-private collaboration and use of policy and payment levers

Audience: 

C-Suite
Clinical Informaticists
Investor/Entrepreneur

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