Fortune May 12, 2022
Anne Sraders

Getting a patient’s often fragmented health care data organized into one complete record is the dream for many in the health care industry. But achieving that ability to seamlessly collect, share, and collaborate on data across different systems is challenging—and health care executives are increasingly thinking about how to make data collaboration more functional for patients’ and the broader public’s good.

“It’s part of our responsibility, I think, as health care leaders to start asking the questions of: how can we use it more intelligently, to build trust, to connect communities, to solve social challenges?” Amy Wykoff, the vice president of product management at IBM Watson Health, said at Fortune’s Brainstorm Health conference in Marina Del Rey, Calif. on Wednesday. “We’ll never have one...

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