Perspectives on Information Blocking—Provider, Developer, and Health Information Exchange

Date: 12/15/22
Time: 2:00-3:30 PM ET

Overview: This webinar will address the current and potential future state of information blocking from three unique perspectives:

1) The provider: In the wake of the requirement for attestation of April 2022, what should providers be preparing for with respect to workflow, ROI, and requests beyond October 6, 2022?

2) The electronic medical record (EMR)/systems developer: What are vendors working on now, and what should providers and health information exchanges (HIEs) expect as developers retool interoperability pricing and prepare for their December 31, 2023, deadline?

3) The HIE: How will requests to and from HIE products be impacted and how will they remain compliant with the Cures Act requirements?

Speaker Information:

Barry Mathias, Principal, PYA

Tim Pletcher, Executive Director, Michigan Health Information Network

Josh Mast, Lead Regulatory Strategist, Oracle Cerner Corporation

Moderator:

 Deborah Biggs, Principal and Director of Academic Medicine Consulting ServicesPYA

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