10 Considerations: Defining a Strategy for Improving Consumer Outcomes & Increasing Efficiency

10 Considerations: Defining a Strategy for Improving Consumer Outcomes & Increasing Efficiency

January 11, 2017 0 Comments

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Interoperability Part II

10 Considerations: Defining a Strategy for Improving Consumer Outcomes & Increasing Efficiency

Are you always aware when a consumer you’re treating is hospitalized? Do you need to send and receive referrals with local healthcare partners? Are you connected to a health information exchange (HIE)?

These are everyday examples of interoperability. It is is an essential element of healthcare reform and fundamental to improving consumer outcomes and increasing efficiency. But how can an organization go about operationalizing and achieving interoperability?

Second in a series of thought leader conversations, this webinar dives into the key people, process and technology considerations needed to lay out a strategy for improving consumer outcomes and increasing efficiency by minimizing redundant, time consuming tasks.

While one size does not fit all and no two approaches are alike, the elements depicted in this webinar can serve as a launch pad that can apply to an agency’s specific circumstances.

Find the first webinar in this series here.

Learning Objectives:

  • Classify interoperability first as a business versus technology challenge
  • Describe the value proposition of connecting an organization to its partners
  • Define clear lines of accountability
  • Summarize how to manage and mitigate risk

Have a question? Please contact webinars@qualifacts.com.