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Interoperability Myth #3: Interoperability is an EHR Problem

Interoperability Myth #3: Interoperability is an EHR Problem

The Current State of Interoperability

The Current State of Interoperability

Around the world, clinicians and managers in medical organizations are fighting to achieve plug-and-play interoperability by unifying organizations to bring about change.

Why are tech giants moving into the cloud?

Why are tech giants moving into the cloud?

These days it’s impossible to talk about major innovations in the tech sector without, at some point, coming across the subject of cloud-based data hosting services

SMART on FHIR® Supports Safe Access to Healthcare Data

SMART on FHIR® Supports Safe Access to Healthcare Data

SMART adds a layer of security in front of FHIR® interfaces to support safe access to data held within an EHR or any other repository.

Integrating Device Data with EMR for Better, Safer Care

Integrating Device Data with EMR for Better, Safer Care

How Accreditation Will Increase Interoperability

How Accreditation Will Increase Interoperability

Despite the monumental advances in technology, transferring sensitive patient information between providers using different systems requires complex legal agreements to ensure trusted delivery.

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