February 28th 2023
Greater interoperability offers the potential to transform healthcare, but federal officials have received hundreds of complaints about blocking. The government has yet to unveil penalties.
February 16th 2023
Epic’s Matt Doyle talks about why patients need interoperabilityJuly 15th 2022
The electronic health records giant says it will join TEFCA, a new national health information exchange framework. With records and data more easily available, patients and providers will see the benefits, Doyle says.
Epic is joining TEFCA, and urging others to follow: 'We need everyone'July 14th 2022
America’s largest electronic health record company will be a part of the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement. Epic’s Matt Doyle says the company will encourage its thousands of partners to follow suit.
VA must fix problems in electronic health record upgrades, GAO saysFebruary 2nd 2022
The federal watchdog points to problems in migrating data and the need to get more feedback from stakeholders. The Department of Veterans Affairs has been struggling to modernize its patient records for years.
Healthcare companies do more electronically, but there’s room to improve, study findsFebruary 1st 2022
Providers are still spending more money than they should in submitting claims and prior authorization, according to the new CAQH Index. The industry could save billions by moving toward more automation, the group says.
Therigy, UVA Partnership Highlights Possibilities of EHR IntegrationFebruary 11th 2021
Interoperability has been discussed for years, but a partnership between a specialty pharmacy solutions company and UVA Health shows how the ability to "talk to" electronic health records is finally happening.