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Healthcare providers can look to interoperability solutions to enable seamless data transfer across diverse systems, comply with regulations, and set the stage for technology transformation. For healthcare payers, interoperability solutions can help them compete more effectively, more cohesively engage with their members and be a technology forerunner better prepared for future needs.
Adhere to HIPAA, CMS, and other major compliance requirements and IT certifications.
Get up to speed on the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) framework.
Deliver up-to-date patient data across any system to any provider.
Eliminate manual data re-entry in clinical systems and seamlessly aggregate data from different sources.
Be more technologically agile and adapt to changing industry standards, regulations, mergers and acquisitions, and new or legacy systems through integration.
Deep dive into data to identify care gaps, develop new services, optimize revenue cycles, and develop a more comprehensive data-sharing strategy.
Create a standard view of data across the whole enterprise. Link, standardize and conform data into FHIR formats from heavily customized legacy payer systems. Integrate data from different and disparate sources, including claims, clinical, and pharmacy.
If you are a payer or provider, strategy development creates an interoperability assessment and execution roadmap for your specific capabilities and prioritized use cases.
Enable providers and payers with legacy systems to develop and manage standards-based APIs that facilitate application registration, authentication, and authorization. It also facilitates bulk data import and export and endpoint security mechanisms.
Blockchain-enabled services facilitate fine-grained patient consent for data sharing and create transparent audit trails and dispute resolution mechanisms. Blockchain-based consent management also protects the patient’s legal rights and choices and provides a single immutable source of truth across distributed systems.
Monitor all proposed and amended regulations and plan for scenarios that will affect the organization to help mitigate potential risks and identify competitive opportunities: continued monitoring, education, and technical support of current interoperability solutions.