In this third video of our FHIR®-Side Chat series, industry experts, John Kelly and Navin Gupta, discuss the postponement of the payer to payer mandate requirements and whether health plans should continue to move forward with investing in payer to payer interoperability in absence of the final rule.

During this 10-minute discussion, John and Navin offer up their recommendations on whether health plans should continue to invest in payer to payer interoperability, what to consider in moving forward, and the impacts of becoming interoperable with other payers sooner rather than later.

Didn’t get a chance to watch the first two FHIR®-Side Chats with our experts? Watch the first two videos in our series, “Lessons Learned from Interoperability and Patient Access Mandate Implementations,” and “How to Turn Mandates into a Strategic Advantage.”


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Meet Our Experts
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Moderator: Gregg Prothero, Sr. Director of Solution Consulting at Edifecs
A key advisor on Edifecs go-to-market strategy, Gregg has over twenty years of experience in the healthcare technology industry and currently leads a global team of solution consultants. Gregg graduated from the University of Florida and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional.
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Guest: John Kelly, Principal Business Advisor at Edifecs
John Kelly is a healthcare industry expert with over 25 years of experience in Payer and Provider HIT. In addition to being Edifecs’ Principal Business Advisor, John is a nationally recognized interoperability authority as well as an active board member of both WEDI and the Massachusetts Health Data Consortium.
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Guest: Navin Gupta, Sr. Director of Product Management at Edifecs
Navin Gupta has a Master of Science degree in Information Technology and over 20 years of experience developing healthcare solutions. He’s also responsible for developing the first publicly proven payer to payer solution between two payers under the current published rule. Navin currently leads the development of Edifecs cloud and payer to payer solutions.