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Realizing the value in value-based care: Integrated PHM and overcoming the limitations of EHRs

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Part 2: The trouble with interoperability

If there’s a consensus in healthcare delivery and healthcare IT, it’s the shared goal of “fixing” interoperability. Congress has mandated it via the 21st Century Cures law and ONC has been trying for years, yet stakeholders continue to bemoan data blocking, ATM analogies, technical and willingness barriers.


In “The Trouble with Interoperability,” part 2 of our series on overcoming EHR shortcomings to succeed in value-based care, we cover these key topics on the state of data exchange and some light in the tunnel:

  • How data quality mapping, collision detection and machine learning algorithms can overcome legacy EHR data coding that hampers fluid exchange
  • For mutual customer Children’s Health Alliance, how our outbounds data collaboration with an EHR market leader is raising the bar on integration and ACO reporting
  • New entries in the interoperability marketplace advancing provider workflow and patient record views
  • The upside – and downsides – of the API market and whether FHIR is the answer
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