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Speaker

Meredith Karney          
Vice President, Health Economics and Value
Center for Medical Interoperability          

Summary

CMS and the ONC recently released sweeping proposed rules to support seamless and secure access, exchange, and use of electronic health information. These changes – if finalized – have significant implications for health systems, physicians, health plans, and business partners. Among other proposals, the rules further efforts to provide patients access to both their electronic medical records and health insurance claims, alter the Medicare conditions of participation to require hospitals to provide digital notifications about patients who are admitted, discharged, or transferred, and better define “data blocking” by articulating specific exceptions to section 4004 of the 21st Century Cures Act. Experts from the Center for Medical Interoperability will provide an overview of the rule and discuss what these changes mean for all participants in the healthcare value chain.

After This Webinar You'll Be Able To:

  • Understand provisions of the proposed rules that will impact your organization.
  • Begin developing strategies to comply with the final rule.
  • Identify opportunities created by the final rule to improve care coordination, increase patient engagement, and further your organization’s goals related to consumerism.        

Recommended for:

CEO, CFO, Directors of Revenue Cycle, Directors of HIM, Billing and Collection Managers, Physician or Clinical Leader, Physician Practice Executive, Health Plan Executives 

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge                      

Delivery Method: Group Internet
Level: Intermediate                                                  
Pre-work: None                            
Prerequisites: Familiar with revenue cycle process                                    
Contact hours: 1.2

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HFMA members: Free, included with membership
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Note: This on-demand webinar is available until April 8, 2020.