In New Report, National Hospital Associations Outline Agenda for Interoperability

Seven leading national hospital associations released a report urging all stakeholders to unite in accelerating interoperability to fuel improved health and care, engage individuals, and promote value.

The report, Sharing Data, Saving Lives: The Hospital Agenda for Interoperability, sets forth pathways to improve interoperability among health information technology (IT) systems – a goal that holds great promise for lasting improvement in patient care.

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