Addressing NHS challenges: the role of next generation interoperability
The NHS has long tried to address interoperability challenges across the healthcare ecosystem with national strategies, Trust-level IT systems, and now, integrated care boards for better cooperation and integration across 42 localities.
However, as the NHS faces an unprecedented lack of resources, staffing challenges, and a myriad of disparate IT programmes and data standards, traditional interoperability approaches are not enough.
In this white paper, Trust and ICS leaders will learn:
Why efforts to drive interoperability through procurement of common systems or mandating standards-based approaches have largely been unsuccessful thus far
How the NHS can achieve next-generation interoperability to benefit planners and commissioners, clinicians, and patients
How a vendor-neutral and innately interoperable technology stack can connect a web of systems deployed by different vendors, at different points in time, using different interoperability approaches and standards
Download the white paper to learn more.
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