Times-News February 19, 2022
Day Egusquiza

According to the 21st Century Cures Act, the term “interoperability’ means health information technology that a) enables secure exchange of electronic health information with, and use of electronic health information from other health information technology without special efforts on the part of the user; b) allows for complete access, exchange and use of all electronically accessible health information for authorized use and c) does not constitute information blocking.

Since 2015, the Federal Office of National Coordinator for Health IT has responsibility for advancing the interoperability of health information technology. The rollout started in 2015 to achieve nationwide interoperability by 2021-2024. We are well into the journey for national interoperability/sharing of electronic, updated health information between all providers....

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