Critical Conversations in Medicaid: Interoperability

About the Critical Conversations in Medicaid Series

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Guest bio Elena is the Executive Director of the New England States Consortium Systems Organization (NESCSO), where she has served
Guest bio Ed is the President and CEO at the Center for Medical Interoperability. He has served in that role
Guest bio Roger is the CEO of Livanta, which is a Medicare Quality Improvement Organization (a QIO). Before his time
Guest Bio Mary Alice is the North American Solutions lead at IBM Watson Government Health and Human Services. She has
Listen to the PodcastGuest BioShow notesTRANSCRIPTKristopher VilamaaCEO, HealthCare Perspective, LLC & Senior Advisor to Mostly MedicaidKris has over nineteen years
Listen to the PodcastGuest BioSHOW NOTESTranscriptLynda RoweSenior Advisor, Value-Based Markets, InterSystemsMs. Lynda Rowe is Senior Advisor for Value-Based Markets at
Listen to the PodcastGuest BioShow notesTRANSCRIPTDon Rucker, M.D.National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC)HHS Office of the SecretaryDr. Don Rucker,
Listen to the Podcast  Guest BioS Show notes TRANSCRIPT Clay FarrisClay has advised CMS administrators, state Medicaid Directors, health plan
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About this topic

After decades of trying different approaches to increasing cross-system functionality, CMS and ONC both recently finalized new regulations that are expected to bring interoperability to the next stage.  New requirements around interoperability for health IT systems have significant impact on multiple sectors of the healthcare space, including hospitals and doctors, HHS agencies and technology companies.

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Our full Topic Guide for this series, which includes:

  • Executive Summary with Key Insights and Recommendations
  • In-Depth Topic Discussion with themes from our conversations, the new regulations and an analysis of the vendor market landscape
  • Core content for people new to the topic, including an overview of the topic, background information and a glossary of technical terms and concepts
  • Suggested further reading links

About our Critical Conversations in Medicaid Series

What is the project? 

Independent analysis and discussion of key topics in podcasts series and whitepapers.

Why is the project important? 

Because there is a lack of broad-perspective discussion on multiple critical topics in the Medicaid industry. We want to fill that gap with in-depth podcasts and whitepapers that cover key topics from multiple perspectives.