WEDI provides a full suite of resources designed to help organizations better understand and manage health IT. The Resources section provides access to WEDI’s various tools and library of health IT information.
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Knowledge Center WEDI has submitted comments to Sen. Cassidy , Ranking Member, Senate Committee on Health, Education, Pensions and Labor, in response to his White Paper entitled “Exploring Congress’ Framework for the Future of AI: The Oversight and Legislative Role of Congress Over the Integration of Artificial Intelligence in Health, Education, and Labor.” Click to…Read More
Knowledge Center WEDI called to “indefinitely postpone” the No Surprises Act Convening Provider Requirement in a comment letter, given “almost insurmountable challenges” in identifying providers, facilities, and the ability to collect and transfer good faith estimates.Read More
Knowledge Center The state of South Carolina is the first in the nation to offer families access to programs across the state’s early childhood system through a single web portal – increasing connections to government services for children ages 0-5, reducing administrative burdens on families, and creating cost savings for government. Michael speaks to Georgia…Read More
Knowledge Center Speakers: Cathy Sheppard, Executive Director, X12 Tara Rose, Capability Manager, Optum Insight X12’s Proof of Concept (POC) Program was created to verify the expected business benefits of these new versions and transactions are achievable, identify unforeseen obstacles and adjust accordingly, and establish baseline of expected implementation cost. Learn about Optum’s participation and their…Read More
Podcast Episode 120: Hearts and Hats, Seeking Value Based Care in Cardiology with Dr Dan Blumenthal of Novocardia
Knowledge Center Michael chats with multifaceted Dr. Dan Blumenthal, President of Novocardia, the new value-based care division of Cardiovascular Associates of America. The two discuss the strides Dan and Novocardia have made in creating access to timely high-quality, affordable care by optimizing clinical efficiency, reducing avoidable hospitalizations and ER visits, and practicing evidence-based, cost-conscious cardiovascular…Read More