Gartner Research

Healthcare Payer CIOs Should Be Selective When Initiating Clinical Data Integration Projects

Published: 27 November 2014

ID: G00255261

Analyst(s): Jeff Cribbs


There has been limited progress on the integration of clinical data with payer systems. This research identifies best practices in selecting projects that have the greatest chance of success.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges



  • Initiate Clinical Data Integration Projects Only Where the Development Can Be Justified by Savings in Short-Term Administrative Costs
  • For Complex Use Cases, Manage Business Expectations With a Transparent Assessment of the Current State of Clinical Interoperability and the Limitations of EHR Data

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