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Use and Adoption of Attachments in Healthcare Administration, Part III: Clinical Document Metadata for Attachments
November 02, 2017 | 02:00 PM to 03:30 PM EDT
Providers want to improve their ability to electronically submit additional documentation to support the adjudication of claims, prior authorization, audits, and other needs. One way to save time and improve efficiencies is to transmit these different attachments electronically. Let us show you how in this interactive webinar with guest speakers from Lantana Consulting Group.
Register for this webinar to:
- Learn how efficient usage of an electronic attachment, such as the Clinical Document Architecture (CDA), can reduce administrative burden.
- Understand the Clinical Document Metadata for Attachments, including the key characteristics of the header versus those of the body.
- Review the C-CDA/Meaningful Use requirements, including where they are constrained by the Attachment Supplement.
- Recognize the key standards that are impacting the adoption of electronic attachments – the X12 275 and HL7 CDA – and get an overview of the next generation standards framework created by HL7, FHIR® (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources).
This is the third webinar in the series and is a technical training for an intermediate/advanced audience. This webinar is intended for implementers of electronic attachments, specifically around C-CDA. If you want a general overview of attachments standards, we recommend watching Part I and Part II of the CAQH CORE Attachments Webinar Series, prior to attending this webinar.
This call is open to all non-CORE and CORE Participants and is for informational purposes only. If you have any questions, please contact CORE@caqh.org.
Please note - all registrants and attendees will receive a copy of the presentation slides and a link to the webinar recording. No Continuing Education credits will be offered for attending this webinar.