Webinar: How the New ‘FHIR’ Standard Will Ignite Interoperability
As the healthcare industry shifts from a fee-for-service to value-based care delivery model and from a document-centric approach to a data-level accessibility approach using Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), exchanging detailed pieces of clinical information will provide enormous implications for successful population health management. Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR), a new, web-based technology interoperability standard, developed by Health Level-7 (HL7) is making this transition much easier. In this session, learn how the new FHIR standard creates an ecosystem of interoperability with plug-and-play capabilities that will help to advance the quality and coordination of care, increase efficiency and reduce costs to improve population health outcomes.
- Outline the new FHIR interoperability standard
- Discuss how FHIR is different from the previous HL7 standards
- Explain how FHIR improves interoperability
- Discuss the future population health management implications of FHIR
VP of Software Engineering
Thomas J. Van Gilder, MD, JD, MPH
CMO and VP of Informatics and Analytics
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