In 2016, the 21st Century Cures Act created the structure for increased choice and access for consumers and providers. Upon finalizing the CMS and ONC rules around this act, HHS called them “the most extensive healthcare data sharing policies the federal government has implemented.”
This ongoing series explores the actors and the regulations, dive into their roles and the published compliance timelines, and investigates operationalizing these regulations. This webinar explains and illustrates the new terms and acronyms from EHI, USCDI, API, RWT, and more.
- Operationalizing the Cures Act directives
- The “what” — what is the regulation?
- The “why” — what do you need to take into consideration?
- The “how” — how do you operationalize the rule?
- Investigate national interoperability from the governance lens to your agency’s operations.
About the Speaker
Senior Compliance Manager
Holly Carman has more than 25 years of management and training experience in healthcare and behavioral healthcare. In her diverse role at Qualifacts, Holly has authored numerous guides based on clinical reporting for standards compliance. She is an author and presenter for the monthly Qualifacts Compliance Industry Update Webinar series and is a partner consultant for compliance reporting. Holly earned her bachelor’s degree in education from Lesley University in Massachusetts and gives her free time to advocacy efforts for special education, autism, and the disabled community.