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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Podcast Episode 4- Treading Lightly Through the Brave New World of Consumer Data Access with CHIME’s Mari Savickis
Knowledge Center Matthew chats with longtime friend and healthcare veteran Mari Savickis (@Mari_Savickis on Twitter), Vice President of Public Policy with CHIME, the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives. Is privacy dead? With the new regulations granting consumers more power and access to their data, have the privacy lines been blurred? What must the US…Read More
Knowledge Center 2009 rule requires vendors of personal health records to notify consumers following a breach involving unsecured information WASHINGTON, DC — August 31, 2020 — WEDI, the nation’s leading nonprofit authority on the use of health IT to create efficiencies in health care information exchange and a statutory advisor to the U.S. Department of Health and…Read More
Knowledge Center The Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI), appreciates the opportunity to submit comments in response to the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC’s) regulatory review and request for public comment concerning the 2009 Health Breach Notification (HBN) Rule (85 Fed. Reg. 31085).Read More
Podcast Episode 3- Power (Back) to the Provider; Health IT Insight with Holon Solutions’ Jon Zimmerman and Robert Connely
Knowledge Center Matthew welcomes Holon Solutions’ CEO Jon Zimmerman (@HolonSolutions) and Chief Strategy and Product Officer Robert Connely (@robertconnely). The three discuss the industry’s response to COVID-19 and the continuing evolution of digital healthcare, the war on fragmentation and taking down administrative burden.Read More
Knowledge Center After more than 20 years of effort following enactment of HIPAA and related rules, the industry continues to experience administrative burdens and the costs associated with a reliance on manual approaches to the exchange of health information. A critical look at where we are in advancing administrative simplification and where we should be…Read More
Knowledge Center Matthew chats with ONC’s Deputy National Coordinator Steven Posnack (@HealthIT_Policy) on the recent ONC Cures Act Final Rule, how innovation will aid in the battle against COVID-19 and the financial impact providers are facing during the pandemic.Read More