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Challenge of Modern Healthcare IT

Developers, clinicians, hospitals and other healthcare organizations set aside months of work, meetings and man-power to serve their customers and to grow their company. They know the needs of their customer and they have vision of how to offer unique values and services to stand out in a competitive marketplace.

Yet, it is no longer enough to simply focus on their customers because of the increasing involvement of the government in healthcare. The government and other healthcare IT standards bodies and associations produce regulations and new guidance seemingly every week and each seemingly longer and more complex.

To focus on each and every NPRM, Final Rule, or RFI issued requires reallocating resources and time better spent on customers and new business growth, but to ignore them risks running aground of critical and necessary requirements which can capsize the best laid plans.

How does a healthcare organization navigate these regulatory waters?

How Chart Lux Can Help

Chart Lux exists to provide expert analysis and insight into the regulations and standards which impact healthcare professionals and health IT developers.

We create customized and personal reports and, more importantly, one-on-one engagement to partner with organizations to assist them in traversing the difficult waters of healthcare IT requirements from CMS, ONC and Congress.

From policy analysis to certification consulting to surveillance protection, our purpose is to illuminate and guide organizations on all areas of healthcare IT so they can minimize government impact while maximizing their resource in satisfying customer needs and fulfilling their strategic business objectives.

Who is Chart Lux 

Kyle Meadors
Founder and President

Chart Lux is founded and led by Kyle Meadors, a respected subject expert in the area of ONC certification and healthcare regulatory policy. Mr. Meadors brings a unique skill set with high knowledge of detailed technical requirements, understanding of overarching policy regulations, and an appreciation of C-level executive needs.

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