Interoperability & EHRs

The EHR developer violated a HIPAA requirement by failing to conduct a comprehensive risk analysis.
But healthcare might not be ready for the changes that are necessary.
The proposed rule is designed to increase innovation and competition by giving patients secure access to health information and new tools.
The goal of the conference is to improve healthcare by fostering relationships between vendors and innovators.
A new survey suggests health systems aren’t using analytics for purely clinical purposes.
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CDs are costly — and they can affect treatment and patient satisfaction.
Clinical stakeholders don’t talk to each other enough. By opening the lines of communication, healthcare can fight substance abuse.
Healthcare orgs that run afoul of HIPAA risk exposing patient data and big fines.
But a new study suggests the tool can help eliminate waste.

This Interoperability and EHRs resource center at Inside Digital Health provides the latest information about both, with a plethora of articles covering the most up-to-date developments, as well as exclusive interviews with experts from the field. Visitors to the site will find news highlighting the abilities of computer systems and software capable of exchanging and using health tech information, as well as updates from the latest in electronic health records.

Additionally, video interviews from professionals specializing in interoperability and EHRs can be found on this page, offering expert guidance on what those in health tech can expect in the not-so-distant future, tips and advice for those already utilizing this technology, and what these advancements can mean for patients.

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