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 Just about everyone can capture, carry, and transmit their electronic health information around in their pockets, but can doctors handle the additional data from wearables and smart phones? An iwatch can monitor heart rate, other devices can conduct EKGs at home, and diabetics can monitor their glucose without a finger stick. But how…Read More
Knowledge Center The summer of 2020 saw WEDI launch a new venture– a podcast series called “The Collective Voice of Health IT”. The weekly program, hosted by Matthew Albright, WEDI Board Member, Communications Committee Chair, and Chief Legislative Affairs Officer at Zelis Payments, welcomes healthcare IT thought leaders for a half-hour discussion on the most…Read More
Knowledge Center The federal government issued the first of potentially multiple interim final rules implementing provisions of the No Surprises Act. Overall, WEDI strongly endorses the overall goals of the No Surprises Act legislation and supports its implementation. In particular, the No surprises Act protects patients from receiving surprise medical bills resulting from gaps in…Read More
Knowledge Center WEDI is pleased to submit the following comments in response to the Interim Final Rule with Comment (IFR) entitled, “Requirements Related to Surprise Billing; Part 1,” published in the Federal Register on July 13, 2021. We believe that the No Surprises Act, signed into law as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of…Read More
Podcast Episode 52: TEFCA Table Talk: Stakeholder Panel with Hans Buitendijk (Cerner), Tim Pletcher (MiHIN) and Danielle Lloyd (AHIP)
Knowledge Center Part 1 of a great roundtable discussion on TEFCA and how it will affect the industry from numerous perspectives. Moderated by WEDI board member John Kelly, we welcome: Hans Buitendijk, Director, Interoperability Strategy, Cerner Tim Pletcher, Executive Director, Michigan Heath Information Network, MiHIN Danielle Lloyd, Senior VP, Private Market Innovations & Quality Initiatives,…Read More
Knowledge Center A follow up to our August 26 TEFCA web event with ONC and the Sequoia Project, WEDI welcomed an all-star faculty to discuss TEFCA; what will it mean for payers, providers, vendors and more? 11:00am- 11:45am, ONC FAST update with Paul Oates and Stephen Konya 12:00pm- 1:00pm, Stakeholder Panel Paul Oates, Head, IT…Read More