The president of Redox discusses the new HHS interoperability rules, how health systems will implement them, and challenges that might present.
The new U.S. Department of Health and Human Services interoperability are finalized. After more than a year, health systems saw how the info blocking rule shaped out, and now have until 2021 to make necessary adjustments for the seamless transfer of electronic health information.
In this episode of Data Book, Niko Skievaski, president and co-founder of Redox, a company which accelerates the development and distribution of digital health solutions with a full-service healthcare integration platform to securely and efficiently exchange data, joins us to discuss the new HHS interoperability rules.
Skievaski breaks down the finalized HHS interoperability rules, what they mean for health systems and healthcare executives, and challenges that might present as health systems implement the rule.
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