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WRA: Direct Project - The Future of Interoperable Healthcare Information Exchange?

Andrew (Andy) Nieto

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Direct is a national encryption standard for securely exchanging clinical healthcare data via the Internet. It is also known as the Direct Project, Direct Exchange and Direct Secure Messaging. It specifies the secure, scalable and standards-based method for the exchange of Protected Health Information (PHI). It was developed in 2010 under a part of a federal project for standards-based healthcare communications and is a key component in the next stage of electronic health record implementations for many hospitals, HIEs and providers. But what is Direct really, how does it work, and is it really core to a truly interoperable future for healthcare information exchange? Join this webinar to find out. A bit about Andy… Andrew (Andy) Nieto is the Health IT Strategist at DataMotion where he promotes and expands knowledge of secure communications and the Direct Project across all aspects of the Healthcare industry. Mr. Nieto became actively involved in Healthcare IT 20 years ago when he helped establish one of the first Nurse Management services in Colorado and pioneered an electronic medical record and reporting system for Page One Healthcare. Most recently he worked as a Community Strategist with Allscripts. Previous to that he co-founded eMed Consulting Group LLC, and held positions at Centric Health Finance, Priority Healthcare and Express Scripts. During his tenure at eMed, Mr. Nieto completed his certification as a CHISP (Certified Health Information Systems Professional). A native of Denver, Colorado, Mr. Nieto possesses a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Colorado and postgraduate study in Human Physiology from the University of Colorado Health Science Center.

Product Details:

Product ID: WEB-26
Publication Year: 2014