PHI in the ACO: A Focus on Data – Analytics, Collection, Risks, and Contracting Considerations

By | June 10, 2014

With the ever increasing need for healthcare services and the aging population, Accountable Care Organizations aim to improve quality of care, while at the same time lowering the cost of care.

When? Tuesday, June 17 @ 2pm EST, healthcare IT and security attorney Tatiana Melnik, accountable care policy attorney Carrie Nixon & Online Tech will be presenting a discussion on PHI in the ACO: A Focus on Data – Analytics, Collection, Risks, and Contracting Considerations. This webinar will be the second in a two-part series on PHI in the ACO.

Accountable Care Organizations cannot succeed without a strong information technology framework because they must collect, analyze, and report data. This session will discuss:

The ACO model and the related technology infrastructure
The role of so-called big data, the need for data analytics, and the ability to combat fraud
Using technology to engage patients, access quality of care, and meeting reporting requirements
Legal risks including data breaches and other privacy violations
Contracting considerations with IT and software vendors

 

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