Welcome to the Health Information Exchange Weekly News Round Up from RosettaHealth. Each week, we will provide you with a summary of all the actionable news that hospitals, HIT vendors, ACOs, and population health providers need to be smart and effective when it comes to health information exchange.
CMS Proposed Rule Requires Certified EHR Technology Use by ACOs
A CMS proposed rule intended to change the Medicare Shared Savings Program to prioritize beneficiary engagement, EHR interoperability, curbing opioid misuse, and other federal initiatives will require that eligible clinicians participating in ACOs use ONC certified EHR technology.
Feds Want Blue Button 2.0 Initiative to Spark Data Sharing in Industry
“Initiatives such as Blue Button 2.0 represent a commitment to re-imagine government as a facilitator and supporter of private-sector innovation,” according to the White House.
Red Tape Relief Project to Reduce Administrative Burden on Providers
The Committee on Ways & Means reiterated the importance of stakeholder collaboration to further the aims of the Medicare Red Tape Relief project designed to reduce administrative burden associated with federal regulations.
CDC Details Health Info Exchange by Office-Based Physicians
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released its first national estimates on data exchange by physicians.
Why HIEs Could Play A Key Role In Accelerating Interoperability
Here’s a recent Heath Data Management Op-Ed on how HIEs can evolve to play a more significant role in enhancing health data interoperability.
IMAT Solutions Launches Health Data Confidence Index (DCI)
IMAT Solutions is showcasing its Health Data Confidence Index (DCI), a new online assessment tool that allows care organizations to quantify their overall data confidence, at SHIEC 2018.
RosettaHeath Introduces MedAttentive at SHIEC 2018
At SHIEC 2018, RosettaHealth is introducing MedAttentive, a solution that allows HIEs to expand member service offerings by delivering customized alerts and notices that follow patients through all points of care.
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