The Interoperability and Patient Access Rule


On May 1, 2020, implementation of the Interoperability and Patient Access Rule began.

Essentially, the rule gives individuals the option to take greater ownership of and accountability for a broader and consolidated set of electronic health information (EHI). According to a recent article from Medical Economics, they can share that information with their health plan and providers with individual consent.

Learn more about what this means for the future, plus how it will be regulated in Medical Economics’ recent article.

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