The only constants in health care are that people enroll in coverage and receive care. Unfortunately, we have all been greeted with slow, manual, one-off “intake” processes that leave highly sensitive personal information scattered across a lifetime of providers.

Tune into this important webinar to learn about the future of healthcare, where individuals create and control their own digital identity used to access benefits and coverage.

You will learn about the following:

  • How federal legislation and supporting regulations adopted by agencies within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) are helping individuals get digital access to their own health information
  • The standards, processes, and interoperability requirements providers and payers should adopt to accelerate an individual’s ability to access and control their personal information
  • How digital identity has been adopted by the US health care industry and by the CARIN Alliance which is focused on providing individuals more digital access to their own health information
  • How trust can be federated using a federated trust credentialing policy and how that policy can ensure an interoperable trust framework environment that will accommodate all Americans, even those who do not currently have health coverage or a government-issued identity
  • What patients need to create and manage their own unique digital identity as a federated entity across a myriad of health care organizations
  • How a distributed digital identity will assist patients in identifying themselves for scheduling appointments with care providers and getting prescriptions