In March 2020, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released its final Interoperability and Patient Access rule (CMS-9115-F), which places new requirements to facilitate the electronic exchange of healthcare data. This has created rapid change across the healthcare industry, with payers and providers, among others, looking for ways to interpret and prepare.
PwC has identified leading practices and perspectives on critical components and considerations for successfully implementing the new requirements laid out in CMS’ final rule. Our framework addresses questions and challenges that payers face as they navigate complexity and build out their broader strategy, target state and overall interoperability roadmap.
Our comprehensive framework assesses a payer’s interoperability efforts across five dimensions:
PwC's short assessment tool helps payers prepare for CMS' final interoperability rule. Our readiness assessment accounts for the capabilities a payer must establish as well as broader people, process and technology changes necessary to support those new capabilities.
The assessment takes less than ten minutes to complete. Upon submission, your responses will be compared against other healthcare payer organizations and industry leading practices PwC has identified.
Within one business day, we will share a high-level snapshot of your overall interoperability readiness and make recommendations for your organization. We will help you better understand the opportunities and risk areas your organization may encounter moving forward towards compliance.
Partner, Health Services Risk and Regulatory, PwC US
Principal, Health Services Payer, PwC US
Fran Grabowski, Jr.
Director, Risk and Regulatory, PwC US
Director, Health Industries, PwC US