While health information exchange has made tremendous strides over the past few years, the healthcare community still faces many challenges when it comes to creating interoperable solutions that collect and exchange data reliably and accurately.
The demand for interoperability to eliminate data silos took on new urgency when the global COVID-19 pandemic began in early 2020. But the need to extract useful information from your data also became more apparent. Clinical data in its raw form doesn’t hold much value. It’s difficult to query, has a lack of structure, and is unactionable.
Health Gorilla has been providing national interoperability services for the past eight years with our Health Interoperability Platform and we understand that teams may not know where to start or what to look for when identifying a provider that suits their unique workflows.
In our most recent guide, What to Look for in an Interoperability Platform, we aim to mitigate these issues and streamline the buying process for teams.
In the guide you will learn the following:
- The growing importance of security protocols
- The difference between an interoperability vendor and a partner
- Why FHIR is such a critical piece of the interoperability puzzle