RFI Response: Action on Interoperability of Medical Devices, Data and Platforms to Enhance Patient Care

The AHA responds to the request for information on medical device interoperability from the Networking and Information Technology Research and Development’s Health Information Technology Research and Development Interagency Working Group.

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