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Interoperability: Facilitating the Future of Patient-Centric Healthcare

Posted by Brooke Lester on Mar 24, 2021 4:17 PM

Take a moment to imagine this scenario: what if patients, clinicians, payers, researchers, and other stakeholders in the healthcare system were able to view comprehensive healthcare information? What if we pulled disparate healthcare information together in a single place, and what if that single-pane-of-glass view was simple to achieve?

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Interoperability and the 21st Century Cures Act: A Quick Primer

Posted by Brooke Lester on Mar 17, 2021 4:40 PM

Healthcare interoperability remains a significant obstacle to providing healthcare providers, payers, and patients easy access to electronic healthcare records. However, the US government is trying to encourage greater healthcare interoperability through healthcare integration.

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How Interoperability Enables Vaccine Management

Posted by Brooke Lester on Mar 10, 2021 4:02 PM

After months of tirelessly working on a vaccine to prevent COVID-19, scientists triumphantly announced they had a viable product. Yet, in spite of the exciting news, questions arose about how it would be distributed. These questions brought up another topic: healthcare interoperability.

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Healthcare Interoperability: A Look Back at 2020

Posted by Brooke Lester on Feb 23, 2021 3:27 PM

For a number of years, healthcare interoperability has been an issue which healthcare professionals, industry experts, and vendors discussed, but it never really got its due. Then, a global pandemic came along in 2020. Now, healthcare interoperability is finally getting the attention it deserves, especially at the federal level.

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Traditional vs. Digital: A Look at the Healthcare Supply Chain

Posted by Brooke Lester on Aug 5, 2020 4:41 PM

The supply chain used to be far simpler: it was linear, and you most likely did business with companies that were fairly local to you. That’s not the case today; the supply chain (and especially the healthcare supply chain) is dynamic and interconnected.

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