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 Welcome to “Did You Know?”! In our recent acknowledgement survey, we identified a need to provide an issue brief providing education on some basic misunderstandings related to acknowledgements within HIPAA transaction exchange using the ASC X12 Version 005010 (5010). We are providing this education using a brief “Did You Know” format.Read More
Knowledge Center Educational resource clarifies basic misunderstandings related to acknowledgements within HIPAA transaction exchange using the ASC X12 Version 005010 (5010) WASHINGTON, DC — July 22, 2019 — WEDI, the nation’s leading nonprofit authority on the use of health IT to create efficiencies in healthcare information exchange and a statutory advisor to the U.S. Department of Health and Human…Read More
Knowledge Center A recent survey finds that privacy and security concerns continue to hamper the increasing interoperability of healthcare systems. The research, based on a survey from the Trusted Network Accreditation Program (TNAP), found that survey respondents overwhelming indicate that improving the electronic movement of health information will improve patient care, notes Lee Barrett, CEO…Read More
Knowledge Center The Trump administration’s goal of setting up seamless, national electronic health-data exchange by 2022 will rest largely on which nonprofit the government chooses to oversee its development. Nonprofits face a June 20 deadline to apply for a position that gives them executive control over how health-care providers, insurers, and patients electronically share medical…Read More
Knowledge Center Initial industry comments are trickling in on the government health IT arm’s proposed “on-ramp” to national connectivity, highlighting worries the initiative is biting off more than it can chew. Official comments on the second draft of the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement won’t be released until early next week. To read the…Read More