MedCity News July 9, 2024
Holly Miller

Achieving true national interoperability requires that all constituents have access to information that is trustworthy, accurate and presented in a way that is usable and actionable.

When most think of Interoperability we think of physicians instantly having the necessary data to treat a patient regardless of where that data was initially documented. For a clinician to use the data it also must be trustworthy, accurate, up-to-date and readily accessible within the clinician’s own EHR, ideally in the specific section of the system where a particular type of data would be found. The data should be coded so that it is both human- and machine-readable, allowing for the flow of understandable data across diverse health information technology (HIT) systems.


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