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    The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) is hosting a webinar for CHIME to discuss the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA) draft 2.

    The framework outlines a common set of principles and terms and conditions to support to enable nationwide exchange of electronic health information (EHI) across disparate health information networks (HINs). The TEFCA is designed to scale EHI exchange nationwide and help ensure stakeholders have secure access to their electronic health information when and where it is needed.

    Don’t know what TEFCA is?  You need to. Congress required ONC to develop a voluntary framework for data exchange – a network of networks.  While voluntary now, participation could be mandated in the future.

    Here are ONC fact sheets for providers, patients and developers among other stakeholders.

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    We have been in a defensive asymmetrical battle with an increasingly more sophisticated threat landscape. For the most part our security approach has been a fundamentally reactive model over the past 20 years. Cost and complexity have continued to increase while applications are now layered in software and platform.

    Are there more effective ways to protect our modern applications when applications span multiple centers of data?

    What if we as an industry could reduce the attack surface while changing the dynamics of these threats to a proactive approach?

    In this session you will learn how new tools and methodologies can provide application knowledge, telemetry along AI and Machine Learning to fundamentally change the approach to protect and adapt to this ever-changing threat landscape.

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    The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) is hosting a webinar for CHIME to discuss the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA) draft 2. The framework outlines a common set of principles and terms and conditions to support to enable nationwide exchange of electronic health information (EHI) across disparate health information networks (HINs). The TEFCA is designed to scale EHI exchange nationwide and help ensure stakeholders have secure access to their electronic health information when and where it is needed.  Don’t know what TEFCA is?  You need to. Congress required ONC to develop a voluntary framework for data exchange – a network of networks.  While voluntary now, participation could be mandated in the future. Here are ONC fact sheets for providers, patients and developers among other stakeholders.
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    CHIME 2019 Advocacy Summit

    Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill 400 New Jersey Avenue NW Washington, DC Our 2nd annual CHIME Advocacy Summit will feature leading policy makers in Washington, D.C., members who help put policy into practice, and other thought leaders who drive health IT innovation at the federal level. Presenters will discuss the latest policy developments and topics, including patient privacy, value-based care, telehealth, burgeoning cyber threats and how to manage them, and navigating the new CMS and ONC interoperability rules and the implications for providers. Learn what’s on the horizon in health IT policy and how you can advocate for change. Learn More & Register