Our other post-conference session is timely as healthcare data becomes more complex. We are eager to bring you a post-conference session centered on interoperability and data liquidity amongst registries and electronic health information providers. Through recent proposed regulation, ONC and CMS have demonstrated that interoperability is a high priority for healthcare data going forward.
This half-day session will delve into topics such as the sustainability of EHR based registry models, the rising use of apps for point-of-care data collection and looking at the not-so-distant future of data liquidity in terms of application user interfaces.
Participants will develop a better understanding of the need for more standard and more fluid data and we will engage in discourse on how to tackle data liquidity from a multitude of angles. Joining us for this conversation will be Steve Hasley, MD, Chief Medical Information Officer of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and James Tcheng, MD, Professor of Medicine at Duke University Medical Center along with other thought leaders in informatics.
For more information on our upcoming conference, #PCPI2019, visit our conference page.