Posts Tagged ‘cms final rule’

[Webinar Recording] Accelerating Interoperable and Data-Driven Clinical Outcomes

On May 6, 2021, Matthieu Rethers, Senior Solutions Architect at Perficient, and Dan Domkowski, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning Specialist at Red Hat, hosted a webinar that discussed how to map your interoperability roadmap for success leveraging Red Hat OpenShift Ignite. Together, Perficient and Red Hat share how they helped a leading senior healthcare […]

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Healthcare Interoperability with Perficient and Red Hat [Webinar]

In 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology released the CMS Final Rule, which puts patients first by giving them access to their health information when they need it, in a way they can best use it. Payers that deal with federal healthcare […]

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Making Patient Data Accessible with Healthcare Interoperability

As of January 1st, 2021, Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, CHIP, and plans on the federal Exchange beginning in 2012 are required to support a standardized FHIR API.  Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) is a standard for exchanging electronic health records that is easier to implement as it uses current API technology. This standard facilitates interoperation for legacy systems, allowing for a […]

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Interoperability Options for Healthcare Payers: Meeting the CMS Final Rule (and Beyond)

The CMS Final Rule sparked some interesting conversations and problem-solving among the interoperability team at Perficient. It’s one of the first times payer or health insurers had to react to these types of rules. The way they treat the data and the location of all the data makes this a different ball game than what […]