MedCity News April 11, 2021
Anuja Vaidya

The HHS’ new interoperability and information blocking rules have been in effect for one week, yet how they will be enforced is unclear. But there are some clues that could provide a glimpse into what the enforcement landscape might look like, and the best thing providers and IT developers can do is be proactive, experts say.

Though the federal interoperability and information blocking rules went into effect a week ago, questions still remain about how exactly they will be enforced.

The government has not yet provided any finalized direction on this, and healthcare experts say that it is unclear how things will shake out, so it’s best if providers are proactive about compliance.

The price tag for violating the Department...

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