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Chicago, IL 60616
Advancements in interoperability have enabled the development of a wide variety of models for health information exchange (HIE). The characteristics of exchange continue to vary by region and market structure, but leveraging of interoperability with clear business strategies in conjunction with targeted public policies are providing a foundation for HIE usability, value and growth. Discover how to evaluate initiatives shaping interoperability and sustainability in the context of HIE-enabled applications.
- Explain evolving state-level interoperable models and community HIEs, and understand next steps towards linkage into a national network.
- Assess how enterprise strategies are embracing and leveraging HIE.
- Summarize alternative approaches to HIE governance and trust in an interoperable HIE marketplace.
- Describe how HIE is being used in innovative initiatives supporting public policy and healthcare reform.
Welcome and Introductions
Opening Keynote: The Roadmap to Interoperability for Health Information Exchange
Session 1: Interoperability and Innovative Health Information Exchange
Session 2: Evolving Solutions to Transitions in Care
Session 3: Consumer Access and Health Information Exchange
Session 4: Network of Networks: Approaches to Interoperability from Coast to Coast
Closing Keynote: Medicaid Moving Forward: Systems Priorities for 2015 and Business Case for Integration at All Levels