Coordinated care is paving the way as healthcare travels down the path toward holistic care. Interoperability is key to making it all happen.
When evaluating health IT partners, it is vital to know that there are different interpretations of interoperability with many simply declaring that exchanging information is enough. True interoperability goes beyond only sending and receiving health information, and the way that organizations achieve it can vary greatly. If not taken with an optimal approach, many organizations can find themselves missing the right connections on their journey to integrated care.
On McKnight’s, Netsmart Vice President Dennis Jakubowicz explores what defines interoperability and what organizations should consider when reflecting on their current technology partner’s methods.
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