The healthcare industry is taking a significant leap towards new interoperability innovations with the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access final rule (CMS-9115-F). It finally addresses many of the problems associated with siloed healthcare data. While organizations need to comply with the rule by July 2021, CIOs should look at this as an opportunity to provide API-driven digital healthcare products and services as well as enhanced care.
Siloed data prevents healthcare stakeholders from accessing important information to make timely decisions; this has become a global challenge in the healthcare industry. To overcome this and to become CMS compliant, most payers and providers are leaning towards API-driven, integrated healthcare solutions to achieve greater interoperability. This interoperability journey has to be well planned out and should be implemented with an industry-proven technology partner, who can help you to meet regulatory requirements as well as future digital transformation needs.
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Director - Solution Architecture, WSO2
Glennon has been in the IT industry for over 21 years, spending over 17 years as a Solution Architect and a Product Specialist for IBM’s integration group and the past 2 years with WSO2’s integration practice. He has also served as an SOA Consultant and an Integration Enterprise Architect at BCBS of WNY. Of his 21 years, he has spent 13 of those years primarily focused on healthcare.
Senior Business Analyst, WSO2
Amanda is in the WSO2 Solutions Architecture team. Over the past few years, she has worked with various customers across multiple domains and currently she is focusing and specializing in the healthcare domain. She has a master’s degree in Business Administration from Anglia Ruskin University, UK, a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from University College Dublin, Ireland and a bachelor’s degree in Physical Science from the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka.