Healthcare Interoperability Benefit #3: Improved and Consistent Patient Healthcare

Benefits of Interoperability

In final rules issued on March 9, 2020, the CMS Mandate for healthcare interoperability requires a patient to have instant access to their medical information via a third-party application. Effective July 1, 2021, convenient patient access to personal medical records as mandated by the Patient Access Rule enables patients to directly engage their own treatment […]

Healthcare Interoperability Benefit 2: Reduced Admin Burden & Overall Healthcare Costs

Doctor reviewing patient medical records

Here at Advent, our expertise as a solution provider in the healthcare ecosystem is to convert clinical information to FHIR® standard and provide an open API that allows its exchange between payers and providers, effectuating efficiency and reduced administrative costs in the claims process. We understand the nuances of the healthcare claims review process and […]

Healthcare Interoperability Benefit 1: Streamlined Data Exchange Between Health Plans, Healthcare Providers, and Patients

X-ray machine

According to a study conducted by Johns Hopkins, 44% of medical error deaths were preventable. As the CMS Mandate for healthcare interoperability approaches, the requirements come not a moment too soon for an industry lacking effective data exchange capabilities. Medicine and treatments have advanced tremendously through the years, as we’ve witnessed with the rapid development […]

Making the Shift to Pre-Payment of Itemized Bills

Close up of a bill

According to the Center for American Progress, payers and providers in the United States spend approximately $496 billion annually on billing and insurance-related costs (BIR). Another study by the National Academy of Medicine estimates that the U.S. spends about twice as much as is necessary on BIR costs. These high costs include claims submissions, billing, […]