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Ann D. Phillips, MHA

Director of Government and Standards

Ann D. Phillips is the Director of Government and Standards at IMO. Ann joined IMO in 2020 to inform the organization’s operational and growth strategies by leveraging her deep knowledge of health IT payment policies and interoperability policy in healthcare. She holds a Master in Healthcare Administration from Clayton State University, along with a Graduate Certificate in Health Information Technology from George Washington University in Washington, DC. In her free time Ann is an avid cyclist, traveler, and museum-goer.

More from Ann D. Phillips, MHA

Understand how USCDI impacts data quality in healthcare by streamlining data exchange, thereby aiding patients and providers. Learn more in this guide.
A crucial step in ethical AI use in the healthcare space, this blog unpacks Biden’s E.O. 14110 following the HTI-1 regulation.
Addressing health disparities requires detailed information on social determinants of health. Learn about the obstacles to gathering and structuring SDOH data and how normalization and interoperability are central to resolving these challenges.
Disparate terminologies like LOINC® and SNOMED CT® make the interoperability of lab data a significant challenge. SHIELD aims to change that.
Dive into electronic quality measurement and the challenges of moving from quality measurement to quality improvement.
CMS has finalized policy updates for Medicare Advantage (MA) plans, including major changes to reimbursement structures like CMS-HCC Version 28.
Measuring satisfaction with health plans and health systems is important – and complex. This primer on Star Ratings breaks it all down.
In a world of health IT acronyms, HEDIS is one of the most complex. We’re breaking down the specifics of the program and what you need to know, below.
CMS’ latest report proposed major changes to Medicare Advantage reimbursement structure and the clinical documentation used to capture HCCs.
Home healthcare payment models have changed significantly throughout their 50-year history. Here’s an overview of what you need to know.
Data quality in healthcare isn’t a new topic – but ways to ensure excellency are always improving. Here are some takeaways from the OHDSI symposium.
Interoperability in healthcare is an ongoing challenge. Can TEFCA help set users up for success where HITECH has fallen short?