More than 78% of health executives are investing in interoperability and collaborating across the organization's boundaries to deliver a connected health experience. Although interoperability has become a household name for health organizations, the complexity of doing more than just exchanging patient data to achieve true level 4 interoperability continues to grow. For health systems to be truly integrated and interoperable, they must overcome both technical and cultural impediments to use shared data for true patient centricity.
This viewpoint paper provides key insights and considerations to overcome some of the most critical challenges of interoperability:
- Lack of data standards
- Standards and measurements across the health industry
- Cultural resistance to data sharing and overcoming information blockers
- Breaking down data silos
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