The ONC makes it very clear that patients are at the center of the Cures Act and must be in control of their health records. This rule is the next evolution towards true interoperability. The impact of information blocking, the new IT certification requirements, and APIs and app development are all components of the new rule. Join this discussion for a foundational understanding of the key concepts and obtain specific HIM takeaways related to these aspects of the rule.
1.0 CEU – Information Protection: Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security
Jaime James, MHA, RHIA
Jaime has 40 years’ experience in the health information management profession. Her experience includes serving as Senior Director, HIM Services for one of the industry’s largest non-profit health systems along with other HIM leadership, consulting and patient access positions. Jaime is active in AHIMA and the Arizona Health Information Management Association (AzHIMA) where she served as President and has held several other board and committee positions. She currently serves as an adjunct faculty member for Grand Canyon University’s Health Information bachelor and Health Informatics master programs. She earned her undergraduate degree in Health Information Management from the University of Pittsburgh and her Master of Health Administration from the University of Phoenix.