What is the Information Blocking Rule, and what does it mean for doctors and patients?

Episode 21,   Nov 16, 2021, 07:20 PM

The Information Blocking Rule, which took effect in April 2021, was supposed to make it easier for Americans to get access to their health data. But many still find the process time-consuming and expensive. Deven McGraw, co-founder of the health data platform Ciitizen, sits down with Medical Economics to explain why, and why it matters to doctors.