Regulations and requirements covered in the May 2020 Interoperability and Patient Access final rule

The differences between “legacy” and “new” interoperability

Opportunities and payer use cases for this data

The future of interoperability (e.g., provider and EMR APIs, TEFCA, and QHINs)

Speaker: Jonathan Shannon, Senior Director, Healthcare Strategy, LexisNexis Risk Solutions

As part of the 21st Century Cures Act, the interoperability rule seeks to drive patient access to personal and medical data, and support the ability to share that data, allowing patients more power to coordinate their own healthcare. The rule bolsters the existing trend toward a more patient-focused model, empowering patients to participate more effectively in their own medical care and improve public health services.

Payer organizations need to able to gather and share data around member costs and coverage, clinical interactions and other data points. All of these efforts aim to prevent information blocking and improve the flow of easy member access to or transfer of data. As payers plan for the future, they should look beyond current system data and consider use cases that may become possible with enriched data sets.

Join this webinar to learn about the 21st Century Cures Act interoperability and what it means for data exchange for payers. As payers stand up their “Patient Access” APIs, there is an opportunity to look beyond compliance and embrace this new data standard to improve outcomes for their members.

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Learning Objectives

Attendees will learn:

Key regulations/requirements covered in the May 2020 Interoperability and Patient Access final rule
The differences between the “legacy” and “new” interoperability
Identified opportunities and payer use cases for the newly-available data
The future of interoperability, with relation to such issues as provider and Electronic Medical Record Application Programming Interfaces; the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement; and Qualified Health Information Networks
Who Should Attend

Interested attendees would include:

C-Suite Executives
Legal and Regulatory Affairs Executives and Staff
Compliance Officer and Staff
Information Technology Executives
Directors of Interoperability and Staff
Data Governance Executives and Staff
Analytics Executives and Staff
Planning and Strategy Executives and Staff
Business Intelligence Staff
Other Interested Parties
Attendees would represent organizations including:

Health Plans
Other Purchasers
Associations, Institutes and Research Organizations
Other Interested Organizations

Jonathan Shannon

Jonathan Shannon
Senior Director, Healthcare Strategy
LexisNexis Risk Solutions

Jonathan Shannon is a Senior Director in the Health Care Strategy team at LexisNexis Risk Solutions and is responsible for our interoperability solution suite.

Over the course of his career, Jonathan has worked as a strategic, operational and financial advisor to a variety of healthcare entities, including health plans, MSOs, ACOs, health systems and primary care practices during his time with Booz&Co (NKA: Strategy&), UBS Investment Bank, Collaborative Health Systems and Deloitte.

During his time at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, Jonathan has served as a subject matter expert on interoperability, value-based care solutions and the healthcare ecosystem.

Jonathan holds an MBA in Health Care Management and Accounting from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and a BA in International Relations and Germanic Studies from the University of Pennsylvania.

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