We’re all agreed that getting easier access to data is vital for everyone in health care in order to improve care. But what’s the most viable way to get there? Are we better off relying on patient access and control, or should we be building from the base of provider systems?
What do the two futures mean for Direct, BlueButton+, OAuth and more. And what are the technical implications for developers and the ecosystems of applications?
Hear from two leading technologists: Arien Malec (VP at RelayHealth) was the driving force at ONC behind the Direct Protocol and now is the one of the leaders of the new vendor alliance CommonWell. Adrian Gropper is an MD technologist and patient advocate who’s recently become the CTO of the sometimes controversial organization, Patients Privacy Rights.
Arien Malec, VP Product Management, Relay Health
Arien shows us Relay Health’s software system from the perspective of a physician, who can access health records of their patients. Using this information, physicians can update prescriptions, prepare for appointments, get lab results, and organize their patient’s health information for easy viewing and processing.
Moderated by Aaron Blackledge (MD, Care Practice), this panel includes demonstrations from James Davis (COO, RegisterPatient), Arien Malec (VP Data Platform Solutions, Relay Health), Daniel Kivatinos (Co-Founder & COO, Dr. Chrono), Russell Olsen (Vice President, Product Management, Phytel), Matt Wiggins (Remedy Systems), and commentary by Ronald Dixon (Medical Director, Massachusetts General Hospital).