While semantic challenges will persist, existing interoperability standards and networks are sufficient for exchanging high-fidelity patient information. As healthcare providers evolve to real-time health systems, CIOs should prepare for more-sophisticated health information exchange.
- Healthcare Interoperability Will Continue to Challenge CIOs
- Interoperability Is a Strategic Imperative
- The Paradox of Healthcare Interoperability
- Interfacing, Integration and Interoperability
- Standards, Networks and Initiatives
- Interoperability Standards
- Interoperability Networks
- Interoperability Initiatives
- Key Forward-Looking Interoperability Capabilities
- Prepare for API Redux
- Plan for Universal Identifiers and the National Patient Identifier
- Prepare for IoT Interoperability Challenges
- Leverage Interoperability Networks and Alliances
- Standardize the Use of Standards
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