Interoperability and HIE Symposium: Pulse Check: Learning from Today's Interoperability and HIE Successes and Unlocking the Potential of Tomorrow

Monday, February 11, 2019 | 8:00am - 4:30pm

Cost: $350 Additional Registration.

Interoperability and health data exchange are at a major pivot point as both evolving technologies and public policies drive implementation and new models of adoption. Explore a comprehensive assessment of these new drivers, including how TEFCA will shape exchange and the role of use cases in developing standards, policies and business models. Examine the intersection of established and emerging standards, open platforms and technologies, and how they play a role in advancing interoperable information exchange to enable a person-centered health system. Assess the status of exchange and integration of patient records with new stakeholder groups, including payers, providers and consumers.

  • Assess the technology landscape and the options for integrating industry standards with API- driven initiatives
  • Discuss how use-case-driven innovation supports the harmonization of standards, public policy and value-based care initiatives
  • Evaluate the anticipated benefits and challenges of TEFCA implementation across stakeholder groups
  • Analyze the remaining gaps as data exchange is expanded to broader stakeholder groups in support of innovation
  • Describe the value of payer and provider data exchange within the healthcare ecosystem