The global healthcare landscape is going digital while regulations and the pandemic accelerate this trend. As predicted by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the industry has seen explosive growth of healthcare apps addressing use cases built on top of public APIs. Now, the ONC and CMS Patient Access final rule, as well as the Information Blocking rule in the U.S, impose deadlines for most healthcare organizations to expose clinical data via APIs.
API security, patient consent management, and data privacy are fast becoming major design considerations for public healthcare APIs. While public APIs provide accessibility and the platform for innovation, they also significantly increase the risk of data breaches. The ideal solution provides full lifecycle API management with pre-built FHIR® APIs alongside powerful AI-driven API security protection and centralized monitoring.
By attending this online webinar, you will learn the best-practices for healthcare organizations to design, connect, secure and monitor their FHIR® API endpoints and adhere to Interoperability Compliance Requirements. The webinar will articulate 4 clear steps for healthcare organizations to plan for and meet ONC and CMS Patient Access final rule compliance.
Vice President - Solutions Architecture, WSO2
A technology executive, Mifan Careem is Vice President of Solutions Architecture at WSO2 where he heads its global Solution Architecture and Pre-sales functions whilst playing a corporate leadership role. Mifan also heads WSO2 Open Healthcare owning WSO2’s venture into the healthcare solutions space. Mifan is a global speaker and technology thought leader on API Management, ubiquitous technology and Open Source business models. Prior to WSO2, Mifan co-founded Respere - a humanitarian open source technology startup and was a board member and contributor to Sahana, the Open Source Disaster Management System. Mifan is an advocate and contributor to technology for humanitarian response focusing on the use of open source geospatial solutions in disaster management.
CTO, Ping Identity
Bernard became Ping CTO following the acquisition of Elastic Beam, where he was founder/CEO. Previously, he was CEO of Atlantis Computing, CEO of Green Border acquired by Google, Chairman of Booshaka acquired by Sprinkler, Chairman of Norskale acquired by Citrix, Chairman of BorderWare acquired by WatchGuard, and Board Member at Sygate Technologies acquired by Symantec. Bernard earned an MS in Engineering Management from Stanford University and a BSEE from UC Irvine where he was inducted into the Engineering Hall of Fame.