EHR Intelligence May 9, 2022
Hannah Nelson

Longtime partners AMIA and HL7 have announced a two-year collaboration to advance healthcare interoperability through data standards.

 The American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) and Health Level Seven International (HL7) announced a two-year partnership that aims to enhance interoperability across the healthcare continuum.

With over 5,000 members, AMIA is the leading professional organization for informatics professionals. The organization’s mission is to advance informatics and assure that stakeholders use health IT effectively to promote health and health care.

The goal of HL7 is to provide freely available data standards for interoperability that improve care delivery, optimize clinical workflows, and enhance data sharing across the care continuum.

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