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 The purpose of this issue brief is to provide a baseline understanding of innovative encounters and telehealth in today’s health care system. A WEDI definition of telehealth will be established. An overview will be provided about the delivery of telehealth, including who provides the services, what services are provided and where services are…Read More
Knowledge Center WEDI has been conducting ICD-10-CM/ICD-10-PCS (ICD-10) readiness surveys since 2009 to gauge the status of industry implementation progress. On Oct. 1, 2015, the industry converted to ICD-10 in what some have called a non-eventful transition. In order to assess why the transition went so well and to leverage lessons learned for future large…Read More
Knowledge Center The ICD-10 migration was by most accounts highly successful despite its enormity of scope and effort. Testing was an integral part of this success. Many of the lessons learned from this effort can be applied to implementation of future mandates. The information collected in this issue brief should serve as a starting point…Read More
Knowledge Center As delivery system transformation, consumerization and digitalization converge together, the healthcare industry is at the crossroads to address gaps in care as a national priority. With this in mind the Louis W. Sullivan Institute for Healthcare Innovation, in close collaboration with GE Healthcare, conducted mixed methods qualitative research to enable a better understanding…Read More
Knowledge Center This paper provides an overview of key issues to enable stakeholder discussion around the standards, protocols, work- flow processes and strategies that will be required to access, exchange, store and integrate genomic data, as well as the associated business, clinical, legal, technical and ethical issues that will be encountered within and between health-…Read More