Thank you for being part of the 2022 Annual Meeting
We’d like to thank all participants of this year’s Annual Meeting, this year’s success is due to your participation and commitment to Carequality. This was our first in-person meeting following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it was wonderful to see so many new and familiar faces, that we hope to see again next year. Finally we’d like to send out a special thank you to our speakers and panelists who dedicated their time and expertise to help make this year’s meeting truly memorable.
Although the annual meeting may be over, there are still a slew of important things happeing at Carequality. We’ll be posting videos from this year’s annual meeting in a couple of weeks, along with other important information you’ll want to receive.
Carequality Board of Director’s Chairman Seth Selkow will open the annual meeting share the latest developments and upcoming priorities for 2023.
From federal agency connectivity to push notifications and patient access, 2022 was a year of achievement! We’ll also look ahead to planned 2023 activities.
This year the Payment and Operations Workgroup focused on care coordination. As we near publishing the policy for feedback, co-chairs will preview the critical details including requirement to respond to queries.
New in 2022, Carequality is encouraging more peer-to-peer collaboration and learning with unconference sessions. Attendees can choose from a variety of topics for participant-driven discussions in small groups facilitated by staff and guest experts.
Thanks to our tireless workgroup volunteers, the FHIR implementation guide (IG) received significant updates in 2022, which will particularly appeal to the payer community. A showcase of those revisions and implementers interested in pursuing FHIR with Carequality.
An in-depth discussion of how patient requests work within Carequality, including important updates about requirements to respond.
A lively discussion of Carequality’s role in supporting TEFCA, as well as the key differentiators of the government-endorsed TEFCA and the private sector-driven Carequality frameworks.
Alexandra Mugge is the Deputy Chief Health Informatics Officer at the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services. She has been with CMS since 2010 and during that time she has worked on multiple CMS quality reporting and value-based purchasing programs, with a focus on health IT.
Since TEFCA was published in January 2022, the broader community has turned its attention to further use cases including aspects of payment and healthcare operations.
A discussion about the principles to secure exchange and the expectations for QHINs and participants.
As the first QHINs prepare to go-live, the RCE is turning its focus on addressing the need to support exchange for public health purposes. This panel features experts who will highlight specific challenges facing public health data sharing and plans to expand interoperability.
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