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Health plans must balance the demands of data sharing requirements with other priorities. New payment models. New data types and standards. Compliance. It's becoming increasingly challenging for health plans to collect, manage, organize and leverage data to make informed decisions.

 

The stakes just got higher. Because of newly proposed interoperability guidelines, health plans will need to share patient data across the health ecosystem and with their members. This will require a focus on higher quality, clean and reliable patient information.

 

Download our new Executive Brief and learn more about the proposed ONC and CMS interoperability guidelines and the steps health plans can take to improve their data practices. Wolters Kluwer experts and industry representatives weigh in.

 

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Highlights of the proposed guidelines and the actions health plans need to take.

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Best practices to improve how data is managed.

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Ways to manage data as an enterprise asset, addressing data quality, accuracy and consistency.

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Actions to avoid data bottlenecks that prevent organizational progress and transformation.

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Approaches to break down internal silos and establish a single source of truth across the enterprise.





 

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