Ann Arbor, November 30, 2018—CareEvolution, Inc., a leading provider of population health and consumer engagement solutions, is sharing its experience linking clinical, claims, and patient-sourced data on the panel titled: Empowering Patients and Improving Outcomes: Challenges and Opportunities in Linking Clinical and Claims Data during the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) 2018 Annual Meeting.
The ONC 2018 Annual Meeting is taking place November 29-30, 2018 at the Washington Hilton in Washington, DC. The two-day meeting will gather approximately 1,200 health IT thought leaders and feature a combination of plenaries and breakout sessions on both days. The plenary sessions include keynote addresses and panel discussions. Learn more about the ONC 2018 Annual Meeting.
During the Empowering Patients and Improving Outcomes: Challenges and Opportunities in Linking Clinical and Claims Data panel, panelists will discuss recent trends, opportunities, and challenges in linking clinical and claims data, consumer-directed exchange, identity matching, authorization, authentication, and blockchain. Watch the panel via live webcast.
“Inconsistent, incomplete, and fragmented information is held hostage in siloed systems across payers, providers, and the many devices patients now often have at home and on their wrists. Despite the adoption of EHRs and wearables, most patients and clinicians continue to operate in an information vacuum when it comes to managing their health over time. Coordinating care to improve health requires connecting these islands of automation,” said Dr. Vik Kheterpal, Principal at CareEvolution.
Since 2004, CareEvolution has helped some of the country’s largest, most innovative healthcare collaboratives, integrated delivery networks, health plans, and research organizations improve the quality of care for tens of millions of patients. Learn more about CareEvolution.
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