Healthcare IT Today March 20, 2023
Andy Oram

“Interoperability is not something you can buy, and not something you can sell,” according to Mario G. Hyland, founder and senior vice president of AEGIS. With this commentary on IT companies trying to promise data sharing as a turn-key solution or package, Hyland lays out in this video his vision of “point-in-time interoperability,” which would allow bidirectional data exchange among multiple organizations while the patient is undergoing a health care episode.

AEGIS offers testing for interoperability, helping companies ensure that they have interpreted health data standards such as U.S. Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI) and FHIR properly during development, QA, integration, and ultimately at the client site.

Testing becomes even more critical, according to Hyland, as the number of products...

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