What is Clinical Interoperability?
Clinical interoperability is transformational, allowing physicians to seamlessly send and share health information with other health care providers regardless of electronic technology platforms being used. The advance of clinical interoperability plays a central role in a number of important national health care initiatives: improving continuity of care; supporting the "meaningful use" of electronic health records; and advancing the patient-centered medical home model of care.
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