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Open for innovation: Turning interoperability into opportunity

While the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Interoperability and Patient Access Final Rule (IR) is a major step for interoperability in the United States, it’s just one piece of the puzzle. Point-to-point connections between providers and payers may be nothing new, but opening up private member data via “experience” APIs to third-party app developers — and doing it securely — can be an unfamiliar, and sometimes daunting, prospect for health plans, especially for those responsible for security and compliance. This resource is intended to answer your questions, uncover issues you may not have anticipated, and help you move forward confidently.

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