Why is most of the Healthcare Industry violating the Information Blocking Final Rule (ONC/HHS) that prohibits Actors from undertaking any practice likely to interfere with, prevent, or materially discourage access to, exchange of, or use of Electronic Health Information (“EHI”).

Why is most of the Healthcare Industry violating the Information Blocking Final Rule (ONC/HHS) that prohibits Actors from undertaking any practice likely to interfere with, prevent, or materially discourage access to, exchange of, or use of Electronic Health Information (“EHI”).

Why will the Healthcare Industry be in violation of Phase 1 of FHIR regulations due 12/31/2022.

  1. Lack of well defined, accurate mapping of HL7 Org requirements.
  2. Lack of competent personnel to deliver an accurate FHIR Server
  3. Lack of funding a multi-million-dollar, multiyear efforts to deliver a FHIR Server
  4. The ability to ingest HL7 and or RDBMS data sources from Hospitals, EHR, EMR into a FHIR Server
  5. Lack of understanding requirements, regulations, fines, repercussions, risks to patients and healthcare personnel.

BDR-Comply Delivers Cures Act & FHIR servers (from HL7 & RDBMS) in weeks, not years.

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