Health Data News Roundup: HHS Finalizes Info Blocking Disincentives; Payers and the Future of AI; and Information Asymmetry - IMAT Solutions
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01 Jul Health Data News Roundup: HHS Finalizes Info Blocking Disincentives; Payers and the Future of AI; and Information Asymmetry

Welcome to the Health Data Weekly News Roundup from IMAT Solutions. As the power of data continues to grow in the healthcare arena, today’s care organizations need to be on the forefront of all news and trends to help ensure that their data analytics efforts deliver accountable and informed care. Each week, we will provide you with the actionable news you need to meet these goals.

HHS Finalizes Info Blocking Disincentives for Hospitals, Clinician Groups and ACOs
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently released its final rule outlining disincentives for eligible hospitals or critical access hospitals, clinician groups and accountable care organizations (ACOs) found to have committed information blocking.

Payer Innovation Council Weighs Improvements to Provider Data Management Experience
At AHIP 2024, an innovation council brought together some of the nation’s largest health plans to raise issues and look for ways to improve complex processes, including credentialing and provider data management.

AHIP 2024: Not Just a Buzzword—Payers Envision AI’s Future
At AHIP 2024, thought leaders from the country’s biggest health plans also discussed, perhaps more than any other topic, how artificial intelligence is shaping their businesses and could rapidly change the industry forever

Humanizing Payer-Provider Interactions One Task at a Time
AI can bring superior, more natural interactions to healthcare payers. But IT leaders must partner with a systems integrator with the necessary AI expertise and tools, according to this recent CIO article.

What Is Information Asymmetry, and How Does It Hurt Providers?
Policy and market changes are freeing up the data flowing from provider organizations to health plans, but they are not promoting adequate data transfers from health plans back to the providers, according to this HealthTech Magazine article.

How to Accelerate Value-Based Care Despite Looming Healthcare Crisis
Centering provider and member experience will be key to accelerating value-based care in the coming years, according to Don Antonucci, president and chief executive officer of Providence Health Plan.

Establish Data-Sharing Standards for The Development of AI Models in Healthcare
The National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) should lead an interagency coalition to produce standards that enable third-party research and development on healthcare data, according to the Federation of American Scientists.

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