eHealth Initiative Foundation Releases Guiding Principles for the Ethical Use of Social Determinants of Health Data
Developed by Industry Collaborative
WASHINGTON – June 27, 2019 –eHealth Initiative (eHI) Foundation released Guiding Principles for the Ethical Use of Social Determinants of Health Data at a Capitol Hill event this morning. A cross-industry collaborative of healthcare stakeholders developed the principles to educate the industry and policymakers on the ethics of using social determinants of health (SDOH) data. As a result of several months of discussions and in-person meetings, the group released a document that outlines five principles, provides specific examples of appropriate...Read more
Findings From eHealth Initiative Foundation’s Annual Survey Show Majority of HIEs Are Experiencing Increasing Payer Demand for Access to Clinical Data
WASHINGTON – May 16, 2019 – Today eHealth Initiative (eHI) Foundation released the results of its annual survey on the status of health information exchange. The report, 2019 Survey on HIE Technology Priorities, supported by Orion Health, uncovers a number of key trends such as the importance of value-based care in decision-making, the increasing demand for integration of clinical and claims data, and the growing participation of payers. Today’s 2:00 PM EST webinar discusses the results in detail.
The eHI survey collected responses from 53...Read more
eHealth Initiative Foundation and LexisNexis Release Brief on The Importance of Social Determinants of Health Data
WASHINGTON – March 27, 2019 – eHealth Initiative Foundation, in conjunction with the Health Care division of LexisNexis Risk Solutions, released The Importance of Social Determinants of Health Data (SDOH), a paper that examines different industry approaches to addressing SDOH. The report demonstrates how SDOH data is critical to reducing cost and improving the quality of care provided by today’s healthcare system.
“Experts have started to recognize that our environment—where we live, work and grow, greatly impact our quality of life and healthcare status,” says Jennifer Covich Bordenick, chief executive officer of eHealth Initiative Foundation....Read more
Washington, D.C. – March 18, 2019 – eHealth Initiative Foundation, in conjunction with Manatt Health, released an information brief, Risky Business? Sharing Data with Entities Not Covered by HIPAA. The brief examines the significant amount of health data being generated from apps and consumer devices that are ungoverned by HIPAA. As corporate entrants to the healthcare industry increase, confusion about the handling of health information by app developers abounds. The brief aims to clear up some of the confusion, offering tangible examples of what constitutes a covered and non-covered HIPAA entity and how to determine business associates in relation to HIPAA.
“Privacy and security in healthcare are at a critical juncture, with...Read more
eHealth Initiative Foundation Releases Considerations for Improving Prior Authorization in Healthcare
Result of Year-Long Effort Responding to Consumer & Healthcare Professionals’ Dissatisfaction
WASHINGTON – February 26, 2019 – Today eHealth Initiative (eHI) Foundation released “Considerations for Improving Prior Authorization in Healthcare,” the result of a year-long collaborative effort responding to the widespread challenges and dissatisfaction consumers and healthcare professionals have with prior authorization. Click here to download a copy of the Considerations to Improve Prior Authorization and here to register for the webinar.
“Prior authorization is one of the key reasons people get frustrated with their healthcare. The processes and policies are not always transparent. eHI put...Read more
This paper introduces a novel method to estimate the economic impact of a reduction in A1C by utilizing a large, administrative claims database for a real-world segment of type 2 diabetes patients. The documented A1C reductions achieved through engagement with BlueStar are fractionalized and correlated with fractional cost differences associated with acute utilization, cost of supplies and pharmacy, and the cost of co-morbid complications.Read more
WASHINGTON, D.C. – December 5, 2018 – The Board of Directors for the eHealth Initiative & Foundation (eHI) announced the newly elected members of the Board of Directors for 2019. The 2019 Board of Directors will continue to be led by Susan Turney, MD, President and Chief Executive Officer, Marshfield Clinic Health System.
“We are pleased to welcome this prestigious group of industry leaders to our Board. As we move into this era of value-based care it is important to have leadership that reflects the stakeholders that will drive the future of healthcare. The eHI Board reflects the importance of having multi-stakeholders working together to transform healthcare.” Susan Turney, MD, President and...Read more
eHealth Initiative and Cerner Release New Report on Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare
Publication serves as a tool for providers on how use of AI can enhance care
WASHINGTON, D.C.— Nov. 7, 2018 — Lowering costs and improving health outcomes are two of the biggest drivers of expanding the artificial intelligence market in health care. (i) eHealth Initiative, a nonprofit organization working at the intersection of health and technology, and Cerner, a global leader in health care technology, explore this evolving role of AI in a new report titled, Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare.
The brief identifies three key areas for AI implementation in health care: physicians’ clinical judgment and diagnosis, AI-assisted robotic surgery...Read more
eHealth Initiative and Booz Allen Hamilton Explore Healthcare’s Future and Challenges with Artificial Intelligence
WASHINGTON, D.C.—October 30—eHealth Initiative Foundation and Booz Allen Hamilton’s new brief The Machines are Here & are Improving Healthcare: The Influence of Artificial Intelligence on Healthcare discusses how artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are reshaping healthcare. The brief addresses the challenges and barriers to adoption of AI, current federal government initiatives, and where AI may be headed in the future.
“One of the biggest challenges right now centers around the public’s fear of AI” notes Jennifer Covich Bordenick, Chief Executive Officer of eHealth Initiative and Foundation. “We need a comprehensive strategy around...Read more
Who: Collaboration between eHealth Initiative, HIMSS, Health IT Now, American Telemedicine Association, Connected Health Initiative, Intel, LifeWIRE Inc., Centene, and Surescripts.
Produced by Health Tech Strategies. Lead Federal Officials invited.
Where: Room 902 Hart Senate Office Building
When: Monday, October 1st, 12:30 – 2:30 pm
Multi-Media: Videos of the panel discussions will be available following the event
Washington, DC – On October 1st, 2018 Congress will be briefed by major companies and organizations including the eHealth Initiative, HIMSS, Connected Health Initiative, American Telemedicine Association, Health IT Now, and Health Tech Strategies about technologies being employed to address the opioid crisis.
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