Understanding the ONC's Final Rule: Using FHIR HL7 for Successful EHR Integrations
Thursday, June 18th, 12:30-13:00 PM EST
ONC's Final Rule at a glance
Information Blocking concept
Expectations from affected parties
FHIR HL7's role
Successful FHIR integration requirements
Key dates to remember
In a fast-paced 30-minute webinar, you can expect to learn:
How to determine data requirements, proper technology, and flow for your EHR integration
Where you can get health information for your product in any format without compromising compliance regulations
Who is affected by the rule and how they are impacted
How to be among the first to adopt the future of data exchange
How to simplify your future integrations one step at a time
Healthcare IT Expert
Experienced technology professional with a demonstrated history of leading innovation across the healthcare industry by partnering with providers, technology vendors, and medical data organizations.
With an educational background in Engineering Sciences and skills in Software as a Service (SaaS), Business Intelligence, Scrum, Web Applications, and Business Development - Bob leads healthcare leaders towards market dominance with a well-rounded strategic approach.
Healthcare Data Scientist
Veteran healthcare technology executive and entrepreneur with deep expertise in data science, machine learning, and engineering management. The well-recognized MIT-trained data scientist has extensive experience leading healthcare organizations through lifecycle phases, from start-up initiation to scaling operations to corner a market.
Jaya has lead many healthcare organizations across pharma and patient engagement to success including Truveris, Patient Prism, and T1D Exchange to name a few.
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Newfire Global Partners has decades of healthcare technology and domain experience. We understand the semantics of healthcare data as well as clinical and billing workflows.
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