On January 30, 2020, the American Academy of Family Physicians; American College of Physicians; American Health Information Management Association; American Heart Association; American Hospital Association; American Medical Informatics Association; Blue Cross Blue Shield Association; College of Healthcare Information Management Executives; Consumer Technology Association; Federation of American Hospitals; National Partnership for Women & Families, and Premier hosted industry leading executives in finding solutions to the new federal interoperability mandates and identifying potential barriers to secure consumer access to their own actionable data.
Agenda and Speaker Information can be found here.
Additionally, the Host Committee released a white paper summarizing many of the key conversations and perspectives raised during the Roundtable along with recommendations for moving forward. The White Paper: (1) describes the current consumer health information access environment, including recent regulatory efforts to advance consumer access to personal health information through third party applications; (2) highlights efforts to standardize and make available meaningful and actionable health care data; and (3) outlines legislative and regulatory barriers to information sharing in the health care system as identified during the Roundtable.
The full white paper is available here.
An executive summary is available here.
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