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Donna Marbury
Patients are the catalysts to interoperability changes, according to the Council of Accountable Physician Practices, an affiliate organization of the American Medical Group Foundation.
Before investing in new interoperability solutions, executives need to consider these four things.
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In the next decade, many of the concepts aiming to streamline the healthcare industry could be reality.
One major piece of interoperability is the expanded use of admission, discharge, and transfer (ADT) notifications across provider networks.
Four health information organizations recently convened to discuss their challenges and successes in interoperability stability and infrastructure.
One expert explains how providers can use population health to identify “ticking time bombs.”
The American Medical Informatics Associations says interoperability has fallen off as a priority at the ONC. Here are its top recommendations to the organization.