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The biggest health information exchange (ahem... framework) in the country, serving billions of transactions of medical records, just updated its policy framework in what it’s calling “version 2.0.” In this post, we’ll examine the changes and what they mean for interoperability.
The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has just finalized penalties for information blocking, bringing us one step closer to true interoperability. Here's what you need to know about the Final Rule.
California has rolled out a new law -- AB 133 -- that mandates the creation of the nation's first statewide bidirectional data exchange framework. Here's what you need to know.
Troy Bannister just returned from the Connected Health Initiative (CHI) Fly-In, in Washington D.C and here are some his observations about the current state of affairs.
The ONC’s proposals aim to advance interoperability and support greater access, exchange, and transparency of healthcare information.
Our recent Health Information Networks white paper has shed light on these critical, complex databases. Want to skip ahead to the good parts?
QHINs, or Qualified Health Information Networks, will become a foundational part of the healthcare data ecosystem.
This rule gives patients more ways to use the healthcare data than was ever possible before, and it fines organizations that drag their feet on helping out.