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Advancing Interoperability Learning Collaborative Session 1: Don’t Block the CURES Advancing Interoperability Learning Collaborative Session 1: Don’t Block the CURES

Advancing Interoperability Learning Collaborative Session 1: Don’t Block the CURES

HITEQ Advancing Interoperability Learning Collaborative Series

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In this session, we will discuss the 21st Century CURES act (CURES act) specifically focused on how it defined interoperability and information blocking and how that relates to health centers. With HHS recently extending the provider compliance date to April 5, 2021, the group will review how ONC’s final rules defined information blocking requirements and exceptions. The group will discuss common scenarios and health center policy practices that might be considered information blocking, and how they can reduce health center risks with early planning and policy...
Advancing Interoperability Learning Collaborative Session 2: Getting to a Common Ground Advancing Interoperability Learning Collaborative Session 2: Getting to a Common Ground

Advancing Interoperability Learning Collaborative Session 2: Getting to a Common Ground

HITEQ Advancing Interoperability Learning Collaborative Series

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In this session, we will introduce major interoperability initiatives and efforts, including the United States Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI), Commonwell Alliance, and Carequality that have already begun to lower the barriers to health centers achieving interoperability with other provider organizations. Discussions will focus on common usages scenarios for health centers, particularly...

Advancing Interoperability Learning Collaborative Session 3: Improve Health Center Operations Through Interoperability

HITEQ Advancing Interoperability Learning Collaborative Series

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In this session, we will show examples of how health centers are leveraging administrative, financial, and other non-clinical data to improve operations. Examples include claims processing through...

Advancing Interoperability Learning Collaborative Session 4: Coordinated Care Through Registries and Related Efforts

HITEQ Advancing Interoperability Learning Collaborative Series

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In this session, we will explore a specific, relevant interoperability use case of immunization registries and disease registries, such as reportable diseases, or COVID immunization registries....

Advancing Interoperability Learning Collaborative Session 5: Future (and near-future) Visions of Data Sharing

HITEQ Advancing Interoperability Learning Collaborative Series

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In this final session, participants will hear from leading interoperability experts and will together envision the goals and future of interoperability. Specific examples related to the health...

Utilizing and Integrating Behavioral Health Data into a Health Center’s Primary Care Services

A profile of health center experiences, developed with Chiron Strategy Group

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As more health centers seek to break down siloes that can fragment patient care, collaboration with or integration of behavioral health care has been strengthened, although data integration...

How Healthcare Visualizations Can Improve Organizational Buy-In

from Health Catalyst

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Data visualizations in many forms can be incredibly valuable in helping health center staff and leadership move from a passive understanding of the data to active support of health IT enabled, data driven quality improvement approaches. While introducing visualizations can create immediate value and understanding, ensuring that their full value is realized requires that stakeholders be fully engaged and understand how visualizations (such as dashboards) can support decision making.

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