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Katya Samardina

API Primer The API resource for healthcare providers

Katya Samardina

CMS E-Notifications CoP Compliance: What You Need to Know and How Lyniate & PatientPing Ease the IT Compliance Burden

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) created a new electronic event notification (e-notification) Condition of Participation (CoP) as part of the Interoperability and Patient Access Rule.

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Interoperability: The Current State of the Future

Despite complaints that healthcare is not interoperable, we have met multiple interoperability goals. The future of interoperability is here.

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Katya Samardina

What the Heck Is a Connectathon?

At a connectathon health systems, payers, health IT vendors, and government entities send their best and brightest IT minds to see if their product’s data-exchange capabilities are compatible with other products in use or in development in the healthcare industry.

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FHIR® – Sparking Innovation In Health Information Sharing

Health information sharing is becoming increasingly important, as all those involved in the delivery of care to patients now expect that the information they need to be available to them at the point of care and not locked into the ‘silos of collection’ which has historically been the case.

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From FHIR® profiling through to coping with different FHIR® versions

How is FHIR® is boosting information sharing? FHIR® or Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources is an IT healthcare standard that will help to improve the day to day running of community medical practices and hospitals...

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Slow and Steady: The Journey Toward Interoperability

While there has been a lot of discussion regarding interoperability as the future of healthcare, there are still a number of significant roadblocks for true interoperability.

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Interoperability vs. the Opioid Crisis

Health IT professionals have long advocated the urgent need for computerized systems to connect, communicate, share, and interpret data under the banner of “interoperability,” but while there has been significant uptake in purchases, there hasn’t been the same uptake in usage.

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Despite Challenges, ‘Interoperability Advancements Will Likely Continue’

Before true interoperability in healthcare is achieved, writes ehrintelligence.com editor Kate Monica, a number of challenges will have to be addressed. Read the full article here.

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Breaking Down Barriers to Interoperability

It’s now essential to have efficient and secure care coordination between caregivers, providers, and stakeholders. So what would stop a provider from embracing new technology and systems that point toward this outcome?

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