The new rule from HHS is designed to give patients and their healthcare providers secure access to health information, by establishing a new Condition of Participation (CoP) for all Medicare and Medicaid participating hospitals to use electronic notifications to healthcare facilities, community providers, or practitioners when a patient is admitted, discharged, or transferred. It also calls on the healthcare industry to adopt standardized application programming interfaces (APIs), which will help individuals to securely and easily access structured electronic health information.
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Consensus Cloud Solutions complemented its presence in the Interoperability Showcase of HIMSS 2021 by hosting an educational session at Caesars Forum Conference Center, Thought Leadership Theater. The panel session, Unleashing Unstructured Value Through Artificial Intelligence, was moderated by Frank Toscano, the company’s Head of Product Management, and featured outstanding panelists such as Karim Galil of […]Bevey Miner Read More
John Nebergall believes that poor communication is the biggest interoperability challenge facing healthcare today. When he sat down with Colin Hung, CMO and Editor of Healthcare IT Today at the Annual HIMSS Conference in August, the SVP and GM of J2 Cloud Services and future Chief Operating Officer of Consensus Cloud Solutions expanded on that […]Bevey Miner Read More
As we head into fall and look forward to appearing at several key industry shows like HLTH and MGMA, we close the doors on a very successful HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition (HIMSS21) in Las Vegas. With over 18,000 digital and in-person registered attendees and over 300 exhibitors, the HIMSS organization was thrilled with […]Bevey Miner Read More