Healthcare IT Interoperability, EHR interoperability, Hospital Interoperability

Stage 3 Meaningful Use

Health IT Interoperability in Stage 3 Meaningful Use

August 8, 2016 - As originally planned, eligible professionals and hospitals would to move from EHR adoption and data capture to advanced EHR use an health information exchange. While the meaningful use timeline has changed considerably with Stage 3 Meaningful Use beginning in 2018 (rather than 2016 as designed), the emphasis on health IT interoperability and health data exchange has not. Since the publishing...


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Health IT Interoperability in Stage 3 Meaningful Use

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

As originally planned, eligible professionals and hospitals would to move from EHR adoption and data capture to advanced EHR use an health information exchange. While the meaningful use timeline has changed considerably with Stage 3 Meaningful...

The Week Ahead in Health IT Interoperability: Nov. 30-Dec. 6

by Frank Irving

The week ahead in health IT interoperability begins with more than 47,000 radiology industry professionals assembled in Chicago for RSNA 2015, which runs through Dec. 4. In his opening remarks on Nov. 30, RSNA President Ronald Arenson, MD,...

Health IT Interoperability Among AMA’s Concerns for Stage 3

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

In a letter to the federal agencies behind the proposed rule for Stage 3 Meaningful Use, the American Medical Association (AMA) has listed a lack of health IT interoperability as one of six overarching concerns for the final phase of the EHR...

Are Health IT Standards, APIs Too Immature for Stage 3?

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

Both the American Hospital Association (AHA) and the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) are critical of proposed Stage 3 Meaningful Use requirements that rely on emerging health IT standards and application programming...

Interoperability Key to Stage 3 Meaningful Use Requirements

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

The Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) has released its proposed conclusion to the EHR Incentive Programs with a strong emphasis on data exchange made possible through interoperable certified EHR technology and others forms of health...

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