Washington and Michigan select CNSI’s interoperability solution to fulfill CMS ’mandate on health data portability.
Washington i Michigan CNSI’s interoperability solution selection is an extension of strong partnerships to provide health care to the most vulnerable populations in their states. The solution helps taxpayers meet the requirements of CMS Final Rule 9115-F by making claims, meetings, and vendor directory data available through a secure API, while using HL7® FHIR®, USCDI and CMS standards recommend CARIN IG for Blue Button® and Da Vinci PDEX Net Plan implementation guides. CNSI’s interoperability solution leverages pre-built components to meet mandatory CMS deadlines. It also improves the patient experience by submitting longitudinal and individual medical records based on payer claims and demographics.
In accordance with Jason Werner, Manager of the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program a State of Michigan“The implementation of these rules is a natural evolution of all the work we have done to build our MMIS system (CHAMPS) and HIE infrastructure at the state level over the past ten years. all this because they will have access to their health information when they need it most and in the way they can best use it. “
“Washington is pleased to be able to give our clients access to their own health data and allow them to share it with their healthcare team to improve the coordination of their care, ”he said. Christine Nolan, Washington Health Care Authority, deputy director of information for Medicaid services. “This new development will allow the ProviderOne system to comply with CMS patient access interoperability rules, fostering our vision of a healthier system Washington. “
“Consumers should have real-time access to all of their health records and data, and CNSI is proud to be such an integral part of ensuring this reality for Medicaid beneficiaries in Michigan i Washington, “he said Todd Stottlemyer, CEO of CNSI. “We look forward to collaborating with other states across the country as they work to actively engage consumers in their healthcare, provide greater transparency and improve health outcomes.”
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CNSI offers a wide range of enterprise information technology solutions and customizable products to a diverse base of state and federal agencies and business clients. We align, build, and manage innovative, high-quality, cost-effective solutions that help customers accomplish their mission, improve business performance, reduce costs, and improve the health of more than 50 million Americans. Based in McLean, Virginia, CNSI employs a world-class team of technologists, program managers, and subject matter experts with extensive experience in mission-critical information technology implementation. The CNSI website is: http://www.cns-inc.com.
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