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.
We strive to make the approval process of our work products as transparent as possible. White papers, issue briefs and surveys must be approved by the Peer Review Committee. Workgroup charters, new workgroups and co-chairs must be approved by the Work Group Leadership Committee. Comment letters and WEDI policies must be approved by the Policy Committee.
Podcast Episode 51: The “Gravity” of Integrating Medical and Social Care with HL7 Gravity Project’s Evelyn Gallego
Knowledge Center Matthew welcomes Evelyn Gallego, CEO and Founder of EMI Advisors and Program Manager for HL7 Gravity Project, a multi stakeholder public collaborative that develops consensus based data standards for Social Determinants of Health (SDOH). Evelyn discusses the history of the project, it’s successes and challenges they face as it helps the industry marry…Read More
Knowledge Center To assist members and the industry better understand the Technical Framework, WEDI invited ONC and Sequoia Project leaders to walk through both the Technical Framework and TEFCA timeline. This is a free on-demand recording of that event & the slide deck. Presenters:Read More
Knowledge Center The National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics (NCVHS) Standards Subcommittee held a listening session on Healthcare Standards Development, Adoption and Implementation. Nancy Spector, WEDI Board Chair, presented the WEDI testimony to NCVHS on the “Information exchange and HIPAA present day challenges and future opportunities” shown in the slide deck linked below. The panel included…Read More
Podcast Episode 50: Aspire and Achieve- ONC’s Health Interoperability Outcomes 2030 project with ONC’s Steven Posnack
Knowledge Center From WEDI’s July Summer Forum, we present our keynote from ONC’s deputy national coordinator, Steven Posnack. Over the summer, ONC launched a new initiative to plot out interoperability goals to drive the industry forward. Through its Health Interoperability Outcomes 2030 project, ONC plans to publish a prioritized set of “aspirational and achievable” interoperability…Read More
Knowledge Center The No Surprises Act, signed into law as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, was an important step toward increased transparency and removing a significant financial challenge for patients. As the compliance date soon approaches, WEDI has identified important data exchange issues that should be expeditiously addressed by the Department of…Read More