Our Regulatory Resource Center

Stay up to date with frequent changes in U.S. healthcare regulatory requirements through our subscription solutions such as the ePrescribing State Law Review, LTPAC State Navigator and ePA State Navigator. The Interoperability Outlook helps you stay on top of federal interoperability rules and the rapid progress being made by standards organizations and multi-stakeholder collaboratives.

What We Offer

Point-of-Care Partners offers several subscription-based solutions to help you uncover answers to your most pressing ePrescribing regulatory questions or give you insight into the robust interoperability ecosystem:

Consultative Expertise

Our regulatory team members can help you quickly uncover answers to your most pressing ePrescribing regulatory questions. Our Interoperability team can help you understand how changes in the interoperability ecosystem may impact your organization. All subscriptions come with limited complimentary access to our expert consultants.

Our regulatory subscription solutions allow you to:

Spend less time tracking down regulations, more time on your core mission.

Drive operational and clinical efficiencies

Enhance the regulatory integrity of your solution

Exceed your client expectations

Our interoperability subscription solution allows you to:

Spend less time tracking new standards and implementation guides

Leverage existing tools coming out of standards organizations and multi-stakeholder collaboratives

Be more flexible in adjusting your interoperability roadmap as the industry shifts

Identify initiatives your organization may want to join

Contact us for more information or to schedule a demo

Meet Our Team

Meet Your Regulatory Resource Center Team
Tony Schueth

A 25-year healthcare veteran, Tony Schueth is an expert in HIT, in general, and one of the nation’s foremost experts in ePrescribing and eMedication Management. Tony has led numerous transformative industry initiatives and also been instrumental in advancing industry adoption of electronic prior authorization and specialty pharmacy ePrescribing through leadership roles at NCPDP. As CEO and Managing Partner of Point-of-Care Partners and interim Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of the ePrescribing State Law Review, ePA State Navigator and ePrescribing State Law On-Demand, Tony brings a 360 degree view of health IT to POCP’s Regulatory Resource Center and its clients.

Kim Boyd

As RRC Lead, Kim works closely with POCP’s regulatory team to develop innovative regulatory solutions and educate stakeholders about the evolving regulatory landscape and the availability of new solutions.  She also co-edits the Interoperability Outlook subscription service.

Kim has over 25 years’ experience in healthcare. She specializes in health care policy, market intelligence, strategic planning, interoperability, HIT and standards. Over her career, Kim has developed and executed on Federal and state healthcare policy, legislative and regulatory advocacy, stakeholder and industry engagement, and standards engagement across several healthcare priorities.

Kim is also on the NCPDP Board of Trustees, is Co-Chair of NCPDP’s Strategic Planning Committee and the use case coordinator for the Prior Authorization in Oncology Use Case in the HL7 Accelerator CodeX.

Keith Fisher is a pharmacist with a passion to find, develop, and use technological tools to improve patient care throughout the healthcare system. His industry, technological, and leadership experiences throughout his career journey from the hospital, to managed care, to both major drug compendia providers, to a major pharmacy benefits manager and PBM software provider have all uniquely created a wide sense of understanding of the capabilities that pharmacy technology can contribute to enhanced patient care.

Michelle Soble-Lernor

For the last 20 years, Michelle Soble has been instrumental in advancing patient care and the pharmacy profession through senior health IT, clinical and leadership roles that have allowed her to leverage her training as a clinical pharmacist and healthcare services professional with an MBA focused in Healthcare Management. As co-editor of the ePrescribing State Law Review, ePA State Navigator and ePrescribing State Law On-Demand, Michelle researches, evaluates and interprets health care regulations and statutes as they relate to health IT applications. Prior to joining POCP, Michelle was Sr. Product Director, then Principle Pharmacist for DrFirst.

Pooja Babbrah

Pooja Babbrah is Point-of-Care Partners’ Practice Lead for PBM Services. She specializes in product management, strategic planning and go-to-market strategies and execution. With more than 20 years’ experience in variety of health care services and health care IT companies, she brings a unique expertise to clients as she understands the perspectives of all stakeholders including PBMs, health plans, patients, physicians, ePrescribing, EHR vendors and hospitals/health systems. Pooja is a prior co-task group leader of the NCPDP Specialty ePrescribing task group, the biologic and biosimilar access and traceability task group and is currently co-workgroup leader of Workgroup 18 Specialty Pharmacy Workgroup.

Melissa Bundy

Melissa Bundy has 20 years of achievement in marketing and health communications. She has developed and executed strategic plans and guided the branding process for stakeholders in health IT, pharmaceutical, medical device and public health industries.