Over the last decade, achieving true interoperability has been an ongoing pain point across the healthcare ecosystem. Provider organizations and payers alike have been slow to implement this technology under the guise that interoperability is complicated and potentially, not fully attainable. However, interoperability has largely been solved at a technical level. It’s now up to provider organizations to address these challenges by implementing an interoperability layer to support data normalization and sharing among disparate IT applications and sites.
Organizations can better support themselves, and improve interoperability literacy by diving into the truth behind these interoperability myths.
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