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Podcast_Ep 223 Moving from data connectivity to real provider usability

Ep. 223: Moving from data connectivity to real provider usability

Listen time: 18:28

by Dick Flanigan | Hans Buitendijk

Published on 9/16/2021

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In this episode, Dick Flanigan, senior vice president and Cerner brand ambassador, is joined by Hans Buitendijk, director interoperability strategy, Cerner, for a conversation around the current and future state of data reconciliation, connectivity and usability.

Notable quotes

“Everybody now has a clear understanding that we must share the data so that we can have better healthcare and prevention for a patient or a population.” – Hans Buitendijk

“The goal is to share the data consistently in the best way possible, but that requires standards, knowledge, regulations, networks and other places where we can do it.” – Hans Buitendijk

“When we were trying to solve interoperability in the past, we said the glass is half full. Now, we’re further ahead and the glass is still half full because the glass is bigger. We’re constantly learning and figuring things out.” – Hans Buitendijk

Tune in to hear Hans answer these questions:

  • How did you become a leader in the healthcare data standards and policymaking space? (1:28)
  • How has the information blocking compliance final rule positively impacted providers, patients and healthcare organizations since it took effect on April 5, 2021? (4:27)
  • What are some of the pain points that clinicians and health systems are experiencing as they adjust to this new way of doing business? (6:35)
  • How is technology shifting to support the continuum of interoperability and value-based care? (12:13)
  • What are the biggest roadblocks to getting providers fully data-driven and system-enabled in their clinical, operational and financial decisions? (14:59)

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To learn more, read the Chilmark Research white paper “From Connectivity to Real Provider Usability."