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Hospitals, Home Health Fail IT Interoperability
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KTHOMPSON000
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KTHOMPSON000,
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10/11/2011 | 1:09:34 AM
re: Hospitals, Home Health Fail IT Interoperability
Our politicians need to take a look at this and see how they can improve the medical system that
is currently so much behind in the 20th century
Lisa Henderson
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Lisa Henderson,
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10/5/2011 | 11:50:34 PM
re: Hospitals, Home Health Fail IT Interoperability
This is a clear cut example of integration and/or interoperability issues with EHRs and systems they need to speak with. There are examples of this interoperability in small scale use, that have used dedicated resources to achieve it, but it looks like the home health record is definitely one that will get a lot more attention in the near future.

Lisa Henderson, InformationWeek Healthcare, contributing editor


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