The Carin Alliance and Interoperability
Ryan Howells, Principal at Leavitt Partners
Ryan joined us to discuss The Carin Alliance and Interoperability. Specifically, we discuss the following with Ryan:
- (2:46) One of the areas that Leavitt Partners has been focused on is how to advance consumer-mediated or consumer-directed exchange. Can you briefly explain what those terms mean?
- (4:50) As you know Ryan many individuals and organizations have tried and failed in the past to make progress on this topic, why do you think you can make more progress now, especially this year?
- (7:08) You’ve mentioned the CARIN Alliance you and your team have convened to help advance the ability for consumers to get electronic access to their medical information. What specifically are you doing about it? What is the CARIN Alliance?
- (10:18) Who is involved and what are you working on?
- (11:11) Will the CARIN Alliance be at HIMSS?
Learn more about The Carin Alliance.
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