Interoperability, Shaping The New Era of Healthcare

Interoperability is essential for smooth and unified data transfer between several healthcare systems and personalized care delivery for patients. Download the whitepaper for more information.

Within the healthcare industry, continuous communication and integrated transmission of patient information have gained much popularity since IT channels have considerably improved and increased in the count. Healthcare providers, payers, and other players in the ecosystem exchange large amounts of EHR data. The integration across multiple entities involves different standards such as HL7, FHIR, DICOM, SMART, IHE, and more, facilitating data to be accessed and distributed correctly and securely within the entire care spectrum.

Deteriorating patient safety, the absence of agility in the care-delivery model, and rising healthcare costs are some of the significant challenges faced by the healthcare sector. Interoperability, combined with the latest digital technologies, will help improve productivity and compliance and reduce costs. The payer-provider environment can build a holistic view across departments and caregivers to improve treatment.

Download the whitepaper to explore what healthcare companies must do and what they may have to consider doing to solidify their position in the market.

Interoperability in Healthcare