Improved data collection and reporting can maximize reimbursement and incentive payments through various programs designed to improve healthcare for marginalized populations. Reporting on various health measures can increase eligibility for incentive programs, leading to greater revenues year over year.
Being able to access and share patient information without breaking confidentiality or compromising patient privacy is an ongoing challenge in today’s increasingly digitized world. Electronic health information exchanges (HIEs) facilitate the secure transmission of and access to patient data.
The 21st Century Cures Act (Cures) includes specific provisions to promote health information interoperability, and penalizes those seen to be guilty of intentional or unintentional “information blocking.”
Creating or joining a CIN is no small task, you need to have your toolbox fully stocked for a smooth transition.
During times of uncertainty, HIEs can be used to support public health surveillance for COVID-19.
Information sharing in healthcare is vital for improving patient care, especially when healthcare systems are overwhelmed.
Implementing a data strategy is essential for getting the most out of your data, but it shouldn’t be completely done in-house.
The retail giant leveraged data to develop an innovative mobile app that teaches the brain to make more health-conscious food choices.
If joining or forming a successful CIN is something you’re considering for your practice to improve patient outcomes and healthcare performance, here are a few important considerations.
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