Gaylord National Harbor, MD
October 25-26, 2018
What to Expect at the Carequality 2018 Annual Member Meeting
The Carequality Annual Member Meeting will feature member-driven sessions on best practices in implementing the interoperability framework and common agreement, as well as addressing the evolution of nationwide connectivity. This two-day meeting will include lively keynotes, interactive panel discussions, and networking opportunities.
Thursday, October 25, 2018
|1:30 PM||Scaling Carequailty's Nationwide Interoperability Framework|
|2:00 PM||Unlocking the Value of Exchange with Better Content
Health information networks provide ROI when the content exchanged is accurate and complete. Members of the Carequality Content Workgroup will share how the content of clinical documents shared under the Framework can be improved.
|2:45 PM||Lighting the FHIR
FHIR is now a reality for some health information networks in 2018. Implementers will discuss how FHIR is used today and how the Framework is preparing for an even hotter FHIR future.
|3:50 PM||Consumers Access
As patients take more ownership for their health and their health data, how are members supporting demands for consumer access to their own records? Carequality members will discuss the complexities of enabling patient access and how the Framework supports patient rights to review and contribute health information.
|4:40 PM||Carequality Roadmap
As the provider of a nationwide interoperability framework, Carequality is necessarily dynamic and evolving based on the feedback and engagement of diverse stakeholders.
|5:00 PM||Networking Reception|
Friday, October 26, 2018
|8:40 AM||Making the Carequality Connection
With more than 50% of all doctors now empowered to share health information under the Carequality Framework, what is their reality? Hear from physicians on how they are using health information exchange to enhance the patient experience as well as outcomes.
|9:30 AM||Focusing on Value
To potentially lower the cost of healthcare, clinical interoperability must be inclusive of payers. Hear how Carequality can enable payers to speed payment through electronic health information exchange.
|10:40 AM||Implementer Showcase
As we surpass 60 million documents exchanged, what lessons have Carequality implementers learned and what tips do they have for health data networks yet to implement the Framework?
|11:35 AM||Closing Remarks|
The Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center is conveniently located right outside of Washington, DC. Hotel block is now open.
*Separate daily fee for parking, incidentals and tax.
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