FHIR-up your EHRs and Health Apps

Date & Time: 20 Oct, 2020 | 10.30 AM – 11.30 AM ET 

During this webinar, leading industry experts will share their thoughts on the impact of ONC’s Cures Act Final Rule, changes in the implementation timelines, ONC 21st Century Cures Certification Program, next steps for Health IT vendors & EHRs to comply with interoperability and required mandates and why FHIR’s value goes beyond this certification.

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About the Speakers

 

Viet Nguyen
Board member at HL7,
Technical Director - DaVinci Project
Founder - Stratametrics

Swanand P.
Sr. Vice President &
Proficiency Business Lead
at CitiusTech

 

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ONC released a Final Rule earlier this year to enable all provisions of the 21st Century Cures Act, as applicable to its ONC 2015 Edition EHR Certification Program, including significant technology changes.

The Final Rule seeks changes around FHIR implementation, EHI export requirements and information blocking provisions. Complying with these changes, especially around interoperability and FHIR, present complex clinical, operational, and financial challenges to healthcare providers and health IT vendors. Health IT vendors will need to have HL7 FHIR API, USCDI datasets and other 21st Century Cures required criteria rolled out in the immediate future, to be eligible for ONC’s Cures Certification Program.

 

Key Learnings

  • 21st Century Cures Act and its derived final rules from CMS and ONC
  • Impact of the ONC Final Rule on health IT vendors
  • Changes in the implementation timelines and details of the Cures Certification Program
  • Value of FHIR beyond the ONC Certification
  • Technology enablers and accelerators to drive interoperability / FHIR compliance