VERISYS EXHIBITS AT 2019 HEALTHCARE IT CONNECT SUMMIT IN BALTIMORE
Shaping health care IT for the future brings together the public and private sector thought leaders at the 2019 Healthcare IT Connect Summit.
With population health at the center of the discussion, states are meeting the interoperability, data privacy, and delivery challenges of Medicaid with vital discussions between federal agencies, state Medicaid directors, Payers, members of the C-Suite, and more.
The Summit reports more than 800 individuals in attendance and an additional 600-plus tuning in remotely via video stream. A shortlist of the Federal agencies slated to attend include: The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Department of Defense (DOD), U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and the Social Security Administration (SSA).
The tracks include Medicaid Modernization Modularity & MES Procurement, State Innovation Data Analytics & Population Health Management, Enterprise Systems H&HS Integration, Security Compliance Combating Fraud Waste & Abuse, State Marketplace Reform & Managed Care Optimization and Emerging Technologies.
Monday offered up a general session titled, “Timely, Accurate and Complete…Investing in Outcomes” presented by Julie Boughn, Director, Data and Systems Group, CMS/Center for Medicaid & CHIP Services.
Other sessions covered “Virginia’s Modular Implementation of MES,” and “How Verifying Coverage Pre-Billing Saves Money and Creates Efficiencies for Providers and Payers Alike.”
Tuesday looks at a patient-centric data design for community engagement for improving outcomes, empowering health care consumers through health data, and driving the adoption of health information, plus many more sessions covering all the tracks.
Wednesday’s Roundtable 8, “APIs and Medicaid – A multi-sector approach to compliance” falls in line with Verisys’ deep understanding of the development, scaling and implementation of APIs. The CMS’ rule on interoperability suggests that universal adoption of non-proprietary APIs will bring efficiencies to an outcomes-driven Medicaid program.
Jacob Hodge, at Verisys, has engineered a broad, overarching solution for states to streamline compliance with the Federal laws and regulating bodies for Medicare management as well as a nationwide view of centralizing verified data for a single source of truth for health care credentialing.
Drop by booth 4 to learn how the largest data platform with open source API access will revolutionize the interoperability of health care provider data for compliance and reduce waste, fraud, and abuse in the U.S. health care system.
|Written by Susen Sawatzki|
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