interoperability

Five Tech Predictions for Healthcare in 2018In the year ahead, we can expect to see an insurgence in technology solutions that address patient engagement, data, and security throughout the healthcare system.
Five healthcare technologies likely to be developed in the next 10 yearsIn the next decade, many of the concepts aiming to streamline the healthcare industry could be reality.
Lessons learned from program to improve healthcare information exchangeOne major piece of interoperability is the expanded use of admission, discharge, and transfer (ADT) notifications across provider networks.
Four of the biggest challenges faced by health information organizationsFour health information organizations recently convened to discuss their challenges and successes in interoperability stability and infrastructure.
Doctors face data-sharing challengesAs Medicare and private payers move toward more value-based care reimbursements, physicians need information to both accurately report data and monitor complex patients across multiple providers.
ONC unveils step toward ‘interoperability for all’Proposed Trusted Exchange Framework aims to make sharing healthcare data a clearer reality.
Interoperability a must for hospitals, but it comes with risksOne expert says the interoperability of medical devices, especially of IoT medical devices, creates soft spots in an organization’s security framework.
Changes to federal, state interoperability legislation: What to knowThe regulatory landscape for interoperability is changing, according to Mildred Segura, partner at international law firm Reed Smith.
Three ways ONC can improve healthcare interoperabilityThe American Medical Informatics Associations says interoperability has fallen off as a priority at the ONC. Here are its top recommendations to the organization.
There needs to be accountability for the lack of interoperabilityInteroperability is important and probably the main driver of cost savings. So where are the IT vendors on interoperability? The answer is probably close to nowhere.