In a recent webinar, we discussed how CMS has redefined the Patient Engagement requirements for MIPS 2019 PI category. Additionally, in the NPRM announced at HIMSS 2019, ONC proposed a new certification criterion targeted towards the objectives that 2015 Certified EHRs will need to support going forward. It is a lot to process simultaneously, and many of our clients (both providers and EHR vendors) have reached out to us for clarification of these requirements and the associated security concerns, which this blog aims to address.
In our last blog we discussed how Apple, Google, Microsoft and Amazon are planning to leverage the HL7® FHIR® standard. This discussion would be incomplete without the mention of probably the largest FHIR solution in the country today managed by a (non-tech) organization. I am talking about Blue Button 2.0 by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
A recent blog post by ONC in 2018 highlighted some amazing analysis around the adoption of FHIR® in the US. The post briefly mentioned how Apple, Google, Microsoft and Amazon are planning to leverage the HL7® FHIR® standard. This blog discusses how some of these big companies are approaching FHIR.