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Our blog is written by various Flexpa teammates on our learnings in the world of Patient Access.
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How Flexpa converts 70% of user authorizations

Learn how 70.59% of all user authorization attempts through Flexpa succeed, where the rest drop off, and research we've conducted on member activation rates.
July 16, 2024
Angela Liu

Will AI replace FHIR?

Spicy takes on FHIR DevDays 2024
June 14, 2024
Joshua Kelly

The State of Payer Patient Access APIs

A scorecard for payers, vendors, and developers to understand the CMS-9115 landscape
May 8, 2024
Brendan Keeler

The wild and magical world of claims

All aboard healthcare's financial data train 🚂🚂🚂
February 23, 2024
Brendan Keeler

FHIR 101

Missed our webinar? No worries, we have you covered
January 5, 2024
Brendan Keeler

The future of payer regulation

A deep dive on our comment on CMS' proposed rule on interoperability and improving prior authorization
September 11, 2023
Brendan Keeler

Navigating the maze of patient onboarding

An overview of the patient onboarding landscape of Patient Access APIs
June 21, 2023
Angela Liu

Medical code systems for developers

Breaking down the jargon
May 15, 2023
Dylan Klein

🔌 🔥 Why YOU should attend a FHIR Connectathon 🔌 🔥

(and what I learned when I did)
May 17, 2022
Tom Hamilton

Testing CARIN Digital Insurance Cards (🧪,📱,⚕️,💳)

We attended the CARIN Testing Event with our patient access SDK to test the future of consumer directed health plan information exchange.
November 18, 2021
Mason Secky-Koebel

🔌 Real world healthcare software testing

Learn how we successfully tested Sero, our open source FHIR dev tool, at the 28th HL7 FHIR Connectathon - the place for healthcare dev teams to test new tools and health standards together.
September 20, 2021
Mason Secky-Koebel

Does the health data even exist for the problem you are trying to solve?

Launching our first FHIR Implementation Guide for pulmonary function data.
July 6, 2021
Joshua Kelly

Launching PFT Extractor

We started with a simple sounding problem: can we automate the interpretation of pulmonary function tests? We ended up needing to solve a few other problems first.
June 22, 2021
Joshua Kelly

An Open Letter on Health Data

What we're building at Automate Medical and why.
May 19, 2021
Andrew Arruda