Using technology to gather data and information to facilitate better, collaborative decision making by patients and providers should not be a new or separate kind of healthcare. It should just be healthcare, with technology-empowered patients and shared decision-making being the new normal.
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In a May 8, 2017, letter to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), HIMSS and the Personal Connected Health Alliance (PCHAlliance) offered comments to the ONC in response to the Conceptualizing a Data Infrastructure for the Capture, Use, and Sharing of Patient-Generated Health Data (PGHD) in Care Delivery and Research through 2024 Draft White Paper.
This whitepaper looks at how specific connected health technologies including remote patient monitoring, telemedicine, and other patient engagement tools can be applied to MIPS improvement activities and used within Advanced Alternative Payment Models.
This whitepaper discusses issues organizations must consider before arming care teams with mobile communication devices.
At the HIMSS Pop Health Forum 2017, we’re taking on today’s most daunting population health challenges. Join us for world-class speakers, networking with the pros, and key strategies you can use at your own organization. From analytics and patient engagement to value-based care, get practical solutions you can put into action right away.
HIMSS and the Personal Connected Health Alliance to the FCC's Request for Comment on Actions to Accelerate Adoption and Accessibility of Broadband-Enabled Health Care Solutions and Advanced Technologies.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Scott Gottlieb wrote on the FDA's blog about potential changes to the way medical devices will be regulated, titled "Fostering Medical Innovation: A Plan for Digital Health Devices." If accomplished, these changes will have an important influence on connected health technologies.
Hear more perspectives throughout the industry on newly appointed FDA commissioner, Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
This paper discusses five ways that practices can begin to leverage PGHD immediately with little or no investment in new systems or complex IT projects.