April 17–21, 2023 | Chicago, IL
Oracle Health, the marriage of a world-class technology company and the global electronic health record leader, is exhibiting (booth #921) at the HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition. At Oracle Health we’re dedicated to advancing health with better information. Visit our booth to learn how we’re building an open healthcare platform with intelligent tools for data-driven, human-centric healthcare experiences to help improve healthcare globally, reduce costs, and unleash innovation.
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Oracle Health is a premier sponsor of the Interoperability Showcase, a preeminent exhibition that demonstrates the value of interoperability for connecting health and care. Witness the impact of competitive systems and products working together to improve clinical outcomes, care quality, and patient experience. Engage with experts during demos of standards-based technology. Discover how live health data exchange helps support care continuity and improves outcomes.
Tuesday, April 18, 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. CT
Wednesday, April 19, 9:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. CT
Thursday, April 20, 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. CT
Interoperability remains a critical focus, with national data exchange (Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement) and public health modernization at the forefront of the public policy agenda. Join our expert panel to learn more about modernization. Explore steps we can take to ready infrastructure and take advantage of hyperscale, secure cloud capabilities to advance innovation in patient care. Registration is required to attend the Interoperability and HIE Breakfast. Register here.
Wednesday, April 19, 7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. CT
North Building, Level 3 | Hall B | Booth 7946
Join Oracle Health Director of Interoperability Strategy Katie Kurfirst, and a panel of industry leaders, to learn how health IT leaders are undertaking initiatives to improve data usability and leverage automation to inform care decisions. You can add this education session to your agenda here.
Wednesday, April 19, 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. CT
North Building, Level 3 | Hall B | Interoperability Showcase main stage
Mother and Baby Care: Continuity Along the Journey
Easy access to Jenny's records and real-time monitoring of her baby in utero is essential to their care. Sharing the newborn's screening information with birth registries helps improve public health and allows the newborn to receive care as needed. Documenting postpartum care plans and immunization schedules also helps improve outcomes for mothers and babies.
Record Locator Service: Powering Data Access in the Continuum of Care (CommonWell)
Teresa Reitman is a working mom of two who resides in Hoboken, New Jersey. She’s always up to date with her annual exams and is established with an internist as her primary care physician, a pulmonologist, and a cardiologist. Along her health journey, Teresa will also have one-time encounters in other care settings.
Safely Caring for Those in Need
Working with asthma can be difficult for Jeanne. Occupational health data can assist in improving her outcomes. Working closely with her primary care physician and specialists, treatment programs can be adjusted to reflect her work and living environments. Jeanne's data is valuable for her own care and to better track and measure similar patients' social determinants of health.
Simplifying Comprehensive Care Coordination
Li sees many providers and receives care from different organizations. Ensuring access to all this information across the entire care team can help prevent duplication, assist in payer transactions, and allow Li and her family to better participate in her treatment.
Moving the Needle: Sharing Immunization Records
Dwayne, a retired Veteran, visits his primary care physician (PCP) at the Veterans Health Administration clinic. He’s received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. After complaining about pain in his feet from an old injury, his PCP refers him to a private-sector specialist where he receives his COVID-19 booster. Dwayne decides to schedule corrective surgery at a facility in the state where his daughter lives so she can assist him with his recovery. During pre-op, he receives a second booster. All these vaccinations are available to Dwayne through consumer access tools and both registries have a complete record of Dwayne’s vaccine history. The Washington Department of Health gives Dwayne a smartcard with his vaccine history, which he can share with his providers and offer as proof of vaccination when needed.
Supporting Patient Affordability and Convenience
Lucy, like many patients, is facing a healthcare affordability crisis. With costs increasing and medication adherence decreasing, healthcare organizations must uncover the lowest-cost options and discuss financial responsibility with patients. With integrated real-time prescription benefit technology, Lucy and her clinician can discuss the cost of her medications, discount options, alternative covered medications, pharmacy locations, and more. This patient-centric approach to prescribing supports broader patient satisfaction and price transparency initiatives while enabling health systems to generate revenue. Behavioral analytics also support teams in understanding where there are opportunities to switch Lucy's medication regimen to help improve adherence and lower the cost of care.