Apr 17, 2020
Today I’m by joined by Will Brady, the Chief of Staff to the Deputy Secretary and Senior Advisor to the Secretary at the Department of Health and Human Services. It’s a long title, but what it means is that Will is at the center of the major policy decisions being made in our nation’s Health Department. Specifically, Will leads the three issues we will discuss today: interoperability of medical information such as medical records, reducing unnecessary and burdensome regulations, and modernization of the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute.
Stay tuned to hear Will’s insights into HHS’s approach to removing regulatory burden in health delivery, as well as details on the new, much-anticipated interoperability rules released just a few weeks ago.
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