Healthcare Identity and Interoperability – #HITsm Chat Topic

We’re excited to share the topic and questions for this week’s #HITsm chat happening Friday, 3/23 at Noon ET (9 AM PT). This week’s chat will be hosted by Julie Maas (@JulieWMaas) from EMR Direct on the topic of “Healthcare Identity and Interoperability”. There is a lot of discussion about healthcare identity in the industry recently, since: Patient data is now available via public APIs from Health IT vendors that are moving into production with 2015 Edition compliant software Patient matching problems persist, with no national identifier on the horizon New NIST 800-63-3 identity proofing requirements and GDPR are coming onto the scene Now even Jared Kushner is demanding patient access to data Apple and Google are starting to take healthcare data seriously and a new class of third party “Client App” developers, managing health data, is emerging TEFCA All health data managed by healthcare providers carries legal (both federal and state) restrictions about who can access it. Data holders want to be sure they are making health data available to the right patients (who have rights to that data or have been made an authorized patient representative) and to the right providers and payers (certain assertions simplify this).  Initiatives like TEFCA and consumer-mediated exchange and the underlying technologies they typically reference are helping to clarify and expand the ways that better use of health data can improve healt...
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