Adopt interoperability to meet CMS 9115-F & ONC 21stcentury Cures Act compliance with Minerva
ONC’sCures ActFinal Rule
ONC’s Final Rule implements certain provisions of the 21st century Cures Act to advance interoperability and support the access, exchange and use of electronic health information. This rule applies to Providers only.
CMS Interoperability& Patient Access Rule(CMS 9115-F)
The CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Rule will focus on improving interoperability and patient access. This will be done by giving patients access to their health information when they need it most, and in a way that they can best use it. This rule applies to both Payers and Providers.
ONC’s Final Rule implements certain provisions of the 21st Century Cures Act to advance interoperability and support the access, exchange and use of electronic health information. This rule applies to Providers only.
What you should be doing now to become compliant on time
Key steps to implement to connect and become compliant – Open notes, APIs, and more
How compliance can enable future growth opportunities for your organization
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Take the first step towards removing interoperability barriers and value engineer your existing business process to meet the compliance requirements to avoid penalties.
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The ONC Cures Act aims at making healthcare data more computable and giving patients more control of their medical record. Healthcare providers are required to update their Condition of Certification for the following measures.
No Information Blocking$ 170.401
Providers must agree to not take any action that constitutes information blocking or inhibiting access. Certain exceptions have been allowed.
Standardized API for Patient and Population Services $ 170.315(g)(10)
Providers must implement or upgrade their Healthcare IT application to be certified with this measure. This measure requires the use of HL7 FHIR R4 APIs and the SMART specification to be implemented to provide patients with access to their health information.
Adoption to the USCDI for$ 170.315 (b)(1), (b)(2), (e)(1), (f)(5), (g)(6), (g)(9), and (g)(10)
Electronic Health Information(EHI) Export $ 170.315(b)(10)
This requires hospitals to send electronic patient event notifications of a patient’s admission, discharge, and/or transfer to another healthcare facility or to another community provider or practitioner.
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