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Interoperability: Practical, Affordable, & Valuable

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Incentives and value-based purchasing are making it possible to monetize an investment in HIT. On this webinar, Lantana discusses how to leverage standards for clinical documentation and quality reporting at the right scale to meet your business needs. Standards covered include: - Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture (HL7 C-CDA) - Quality Reporting Document Architecture (HL7 QRDA) - Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (HL7 FHIR) SPEAKERS Liora Alschuler is the CEO of Lantana Consulting Group. Lantana specializes in standards-based health information capture, exchange, and management working with commercial and government clients. In 1997 Liora led the project that established the principles for the first XML-based exchange specification for healthcare, the HL7 Clinical Document Architecture (CDA), a standard used world-wide for continuity of care and reuse of electronic information. She is a co-founder of the Health Story Project which promotes standards-based solutions for the exchange of the full patient record. Rick Geimer is Lantana’s Chief Technology Officer and has worked more than 20 years in software engineering, electronic document management, & publishing. He is an expert in HL7 International’s CDA implementations, enterprise content management for clinical documentation, and Web service standards used for healthcare interoperability. Kanwarpreet (KP) Sethi is a senior software architect with ten years of software development experience in healthcare information technology (HIT). He is an expert in Scrum software development life cycle methods and in Unified Modeling Language for healthcare standards. At Lantana, KP leverages his experience as a computer scientist and HIT expert to develop services and products that advance the HIT industry.

Product Details:

Product ID: WEB-49
Publication Year: 2014