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MEDITECH Joins Cancer Moonshot Initiative to Standardize Cancer Data

What You Should Know: – MEDITECH, a healthcare information technology company, is joining forces with the Biden administration’s ambitious Cancer Moonshot…

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MEDITECH Taps Innovaccer to Advance Its Population Health Capabilities

What You Should Know:

MEDITECH, a healthcare information technology company, is joining forces with the Biden administration’s ambitious Cancer Moonshot initiative to improve cancer care through data standardization and collaboration.

– Announced at the ONC Annual Meeting, this partnership signals a significant step towards achieving better health outcomes for millions of Americans impacted by cancer.

Standardizing Cancer Data for Improved Care

The Cancer Moonshot initiative, aligned with the USCDI+ for Cancer objective, aims to:

  • Standardize crucial cancer data elements: By establishing consistent data definitions across electronic health records (EHRs), healthcare systems, and research institutions, the initiative seeks to facilitate seamless data exchange and analysis.
  • Drive advanced cancer research: Standardized data fosters collaboration and unlocks the potential for groundbreaking research, leading to the development of more effective treatments and personalized care pathways.
  • Improve patient outcomes: Access to timely, high-quality data empowers clinicians to make informed decisions, optimize care coordination, and ultimately improve patient survival rates and quality of life.

“Better integration of health care delivery and human services is critical to strengthening “whole-person” care, advancing health equity, and improving customer experience,” said Micky Tripathi, Ph.D., National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. “ONC has focused for many years on increasing patient-centered health care interoperability, and we are eager to support the HHS Data Strategy’s vision for human services interoperability.”


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MEDITECH Joins Cancer Moonshot Initiative to Standardize Cancer Data

What You Should Know: – MEDITECH, a healthcare information technology company, is joining forces with the Biden administration’s ambitious Cancer Moonshot…

Published

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This article was originally published by HIT Consultant
MEDITECH Taps Innovaccer to Advance Its Population Health Capabilities

What You Should Know:

MEDITECH, a healthcare information technology company, is joining forces with the Biden administration’s ambitious Cancer Moonshot initiative to improve cancer care through data standardization and collaboration.

– Announced at the ONC Annual Meeting, this partnership signals a significant step towards achieving better health outcomes for millions of Americans impacted by cancer.

Standardizing Cancer Data for Improved Care

The Cancer Moonshot initiative, aligned with the USCDI+ for Cancer objective, aims to:

  • Standardize crucial cancer data elements: By establishing consistent data definitions across electronic health records (EHRs), healthcare systems, and research institutions, the initiative seeks to facilitate seamless data exchange and analysis.
  • Drive advanced cancer research: Standardized data fosters collaboration and unlocks the potential for groundbreaking research, leading to the development of more effective treatments and personalized care pathways.
  • Improve patient outcomes: Access to timely, high-quality data empowers clinicians to make informed decisions, optimize care coordination, and ultimately improve patient survival rates and quality of life.

“Better integration of health care delivery and human services is critical to strengthening “whole-person” care, advancing health equity, and improving customer experience,” said Micky Tripathi, Ph.D., National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. “ONC has focused for many years on increasing patient-centered health care interoperability, and we are eager to support the HHS Data Strategy’s vision for human services interoperability.”

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