Adopting the use of technology to create one-to-many care delivery models is critical to bridging the gap between the growing number of patients and the diminishing number of care providers.
There are a number of sessions and events at HIMSS18 that highlight grassroots advocacy and model state practices.
Learn about the key health IT issues where ONC is focusing in 2018 and beyond.
Health and Human Services is expected to release new regulations on standards for electronic documents used as attachments supporting reimbursement-related transactions – the HIMSS Health Story Project recently held a roundtable to discuss
HIMSS expressed support for the concept behind TEFCA and the effort to minimize the point-to-point interfaces required to broadly exchange data across the care continuum.
HIMSS offered comments to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) in response to the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA) Draft Guidance.
HIMSS Analytics recognizes Mercy Hospital St. Louis as a Stage 7 healthcare system, as tracked by the Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model (EMRAM) SM
Tying together the critical information that surrounds a patient’s healthcare journey—both within the EMR and outside of it—is the key to better-connected health.
Health care is awash in data ― 30 percent of the world’s stored data are health care-related ― and that development represents an enormous opportunity.