Keyword: Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC)
Most healthcare organizations are lagging in awareness and preparedness for compliance with proposed interoperability rules, according to a survey.
FierceHealthcare caught up with former ONC and Veterans Affairs' official Genevieve Morris for our latest Executive Spotlight.
The Department of Health and Human Services and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) could finalize its major rule on healthcare interoperability that the agencies released back in February by the end of the year.
Seven healthcare provider groups are appealing to congressional leaders to help slow down proposed federal interoperability rules.
Consumers are increasingly concerned about the management of their private data and the lack of transparency, particularly for their healthcare data.
Seven healthcare industry groups have strong concerns about ONC's proposed data blocking regulation and want the final rule delayed.
A handful of major healthcare groups and vendors are throwing their weight behind ONC's information blocking proposal.
In a major step toward advancing its strategy for nationwide data sharing, ONC awarded The Sequoia Project a cooperative agreement.
Nearly two-thirds of health plans (63%) say they are using federal interoperability regulations as the first step toward broader strategies.
Hal Wolf has observed the evolution of interoperability and has a glass-half-full perspective on current progress.