On September 26th, Dr. Brian Yeaman, the CMO of Coordinated Care Health Network will be presenting at the QualTech HIT Conference in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He will discuss the role that health information exchanges (HIEs) play in value-based care.
Dr. Yeaman has over 16 years of experience in informatics, helping organizations transform their integration and delivery of clinical data. He is a nationally renowned expert in the healthcare IT space, and is the recipient of several clinical informatics awards, including the HIMSS 2015 National Physician IT Leader of the Year.
Dr. Yeaman is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine and completed his residency at Tufts University. Formerly, he served as Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO) of the Norman Regional Health System for 10 years. There, Dr. Yeaman headed both inpatient and outpatient use of electronic health records (EHR). He currently serves as Chief Medical Officer of Coordinated Care Health Network and continues to practice at his private clinic in Norman, Oklahoma.
Why Are HIEs Important?
As providers shift from fee-for-service practices to value-based care, it becomes increasingly important to access patient data in real-time. HIE use provides an instant, holistic view of a patient’s medical history, resulting in better-coordinated care, improved quality, and reduced costs. Providers can adapt their workflows while remaining in their native EHR to render the right information at the right time.
Register now for the QualTech HIT Conference to hear Dr. Yeaman speak and visit our exhibit at the event.
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