Conflicting Rules of CMS’s Interoperability Rules and the No Surprises Act
About the Member Policy Briefing
Federal legislators and regulators are working hard to ensure that all patients have quality healthcare. Often, important decisions about healthcare come down to trust and access to data. It’s no easy task to find a single solution to the myriad of hurdles that payers, providers, and vendors are discovering in their journey to deliver care through the secure sharing of patient data properly. New legislation, such as the No Surprises Act and new regulations, including CMS’s Interoperability Rule, are examples of the federal government working to find the mythical, single solution. However, even the best-written policy can have flaws.
Each month (the third Tuesday), Executives for Health Innovation (EHI) host a member-only monthly policy briefing featuring policymakers, staff, and health policy experts. This is a great opportunity to learn about timely issues and their impact on health IT and digital health. The 30-minute interactive discussion is held virtually and is a great opportunity to engage directly with experts on policies directly impacting your organization.