Interoperability- Deploying the next generation of standards

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Health Management Technology published an article, authored by our own cristine.kao that  that discusses how next-generation standards will enable greater interoperability and play an important role in achieving efficient data exchange.

 

"The 2016 Interoperability Standards Advisory notes significant steps have been made: approximately 41 percent of hospitals nationwide routinely have electronic access to necessary clinical information from outside providers or sources when treating a patient; about 78 percent of hospitals electronically sent a summary-of-care document; and 56 percent received a summary-of-care document. Unfortunately, less than half of hospitals integrate the data they receive into an individual’s record, which represents an area that requires significant improvement."

 

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Deploying the next generation of standards - Health Management Technology

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