In April, federal rules aimed at improving health information exchange will take hold following a year-long delay due to COVID-19. The rules are expected to force a “culture change” across the industry, according to the top federal health IT official, Micky Tripathi. Regulators will closely monitor whether the new regulations make information more easily available to patients, including through patients’ mobile apps. So, what can you do to make sure that your organization is prepared to implement operational and business responses and not be vulnerable to penalties? The slide deck for the presentation is available for download here.
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President of North Cities Health Care
Health information systems instructor at St. Joseph’s College
Mr. Chies most recently served as senior vice president of operations for the Benedictine Health System. He is a former aide to U.S. Congressman Gerry Sikorski and has held numerous leadership positions in health care professional, trade, and advocacy organizations, with a particular engagement in the advancement of long-term care administration and excellence. He is an AHCA Baldrige Examiner.
Co-founder and the chief regulatory officer
Ciitizen, a consumer health technology start-up
Deven McGraw is co-founder and the Chief Regulatory Officer for Ciitizen, a consumer health technology start-up. She also was Deputy Director, Health Information Privacy at the HHS Office for Civil Rights, and Chief Privacy Officer (Acting) of the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT.
Dr. Natalie Pageler
Chief medical information officer
Stanford Children’s Hospital
Dr. Natalie Pageler is chief medical information officer, Stanford Children's Health and clinical professor of pediatric critical care, Stanford University.
Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman
Jeff Short is a shareholder at Hall Render. He has over 30 years’ experience representing the healthcare industry in matters involving innovation, technology, data, privacy and security. These representations have involved strategic relationships, equity and royalty arrangements, procurement and regulatory compliance and investigations.
Matthew Weinstock assigns, edits and directs coverage for Modern Healthcare. He joined Modern Healthcare in 2017 as the managing editor. Previously, he was director of communications and publication relations for the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives. Prior to that, he spent 12 years as an editor at Hospitals & Health Networks. He’s won numerous national and regional journalism awards, including the prestigious McAllister Editorial Fellowship in 2013. He began his reporting career in the late 1990s in Washington, D.C., covering Congress and federal regulatory agencies. He has a bachelor's degree in English and political science from the University of Wisconsin.
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