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215 – Looking Ahead: US Digital Health and Interoperability Efforts for 2022.  Steven Posnack, HSS/ONC

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215 – Looking Ahead: US Digital Health and Interoperability Efforts for 2022. Steven Posnack, HSS/ONC

What does Digital Health and Interoperability in the US look like in 2022? Steven Posnack is the Deputy National Coordinator for Health Information Technology in the US. He also oversees…
February 21, 2022

215 – Looking Ahead: US Digital Health and Interoperability Efforts for 2022. Steven Posnack, HSS/ONC

What does Digital Health and Interoperability in the US look like in 2022?
Steven Posnack is the Deputy National Coordinator for Health Information Technology in the US. He also oversees ONC’s federal coordination, regulatory policy, public-private initiatives and the overall implementation of statutory authorities and requirements in the US.
The ONC is all about Health IT for the US administration and a resource to their entire health system to support the adoption of health information technology and the promotion of nationwide, standards-based health information exchange to improve healthcare. 
In this episode, Pete and Steve discuss the health IT landscape in the US, what’s happened in terms of regulation and policy and how this might differ to Australia and other parts of the world.
If you are keen to learn about health tech in different parts of the world, then this episode is for you. This episode focuses on healthcare ICT evolution and adoption in the US, the role of the ONC, the need for more policy change management, FHIR and much more.

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

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