4/30 Webinar: EHNAC, HATA and WEDI to Participate in Virtual Roundtable for Practice Management System and Electronic Health Record Vendors
Free April Webinar will Examine Tips from the Field on Achieving Competitive Advantage and Stakeholder Trust
FARMINGTON, Conn. – March 30, 2015 – The Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC), a non-profit standards development organization and accrediting body in collaboration with Healthcare Administrative Technology Association (HATA) and The Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI) announced a free webinar and virtual roundtable: “Creating a New Baseline Standard for Practice Management System Vendors – Tips from the Field on Achieving Competitive Advantage and Stakeholder Trust.”
WHAT: The Practice Management System Accreditation Program (PMSAP) was finalized in February 2015 and now serves as a universal benchmark for medical practices and other healthcare providers in the process of evaluating these systems to ensure they adhere to a high standard of quality and performance when managing protected health information. In a webinar setting, EHNAC Executive Director Lee Barrett will serve as host during a panel discussion to help Practice Management System (PMS) vendors demonstrate adherence to a higher standard of quality, privacy and security, while leveraging the various administrative simplification opportunities included in HIPAA, HITECH, Omnibus Rule and the ACA.
- Lee Barrett, Executive Director, Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission
- Tim McMullen, JD, CAE, Executive Director, Healthcare Administrative Technology Association
- Devin Jopp, Ed.D, President and CEO, Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange
- Buddy Claborn, President/CEO, Healthpac Computer Systems
- Ana Croxton, VP NextGen Healthcare
- Stanley Nachimson, Principal, Nachimson Advisors
- Ron Moser, Senior Auditor, EHNAC
- Robert Tennant, Senior Policy Advisor, Medical Group Management Association
- Serene Munroe, Director of Product Management, Health Systems Solutions, GE Healthcare
WHEN: Thursday, April 30, 2015 from 1:00-2:30 p.m. EDT
WHERE: Interested attendees may register for the online webinar here.
WHY: Industry experts and several vendors already accredited under the PMSAP will explore:
- The value and implications of the accreditation program;
- Key areas of review;
- Lessons learned from the process, application tips; and
- A roadmap of success for leveraging your accreditation to build stakeholder trust and confidence.
The Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC) is a voluntary, self-governing standards development organization (SDO) established to develop standard criteria and accredit organizations that electronically exchange healthcare data. These entities include accountable care organizations, electronic health networks, EPCS vendors, eprescribing solution providers, financial services firms, health information exchanges, health information service providers, management service organizations, medical billers, outsourced service providers, payers, practice management system vendors and third-party administrators.
EHNAC was founded in 1993 and is a tax-exempt 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization. Guided by peer evaluation, the EHNAC accreditation process promotes quality service, innovation, cooperation and open competition in healthcare. To learn more, visit www.ehnac.org, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.
HATA seeks to be an invaluable resource for its members to receive education and healthcare industry information quickly and easily, provide the tools to expand and build upon a member’s client base, network and collaborate with practice management system (PMS) peers and other industry stakeholders, advocate with one representative voice, and influence the healthcare community on issues vital to the healthcare administrative technology industry. For more information, visit www.hata-assn.org.
About WEDI The Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI) is the leading authority on the use of health IT to improve healthcare information exchange in order to enhance the quality of care, improve efficiency, and reduce costs of our nation’s healthcare system. WEDI was formed in 1991 by the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) and was designated in the 1996 HIPAA legislation as an advisor to HHS. WEDI’s membership includes a broad coalition of organizations, including: hospitals, providers, health plans, vendors, government agencies, consumers, not-for-profit organizations, and standards development organizations. To learn more, visit www.wedi.org and connect with us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn