As healthcare continues the shift into more patient-centered care, its imperative interoperability improves to drive care outcomes and improve patient access to data.
November 26, 2019 – Along with technology, interoperability is constantly improving and adapting to match the growth of technology in the healthcare sector. The need for seamless data transactions are crucial for health systems, which need to utilize patient health data and seamlessly transfer it within or among healthcare provider organizations.
Patients may have a number of specialists and other healthcare options, which means providers need to be able to successfully transfer that data in real-time for peak care.
As the calendar flips to 2020, patient-directed, patient data access, shared records, and most commonly, EHR-to-EHR are the four pillars of interoperability to examine as the calendar flips to 2020.