Seven national hospital associations, including the AHA, recently urged stakeholders to unite behind a six-point agenda to achieve fully interoperable health data for patients and providers. In a blog post published by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, Mitzi Cardenas, executive chief administrative officer for Truman Medical Centers, highlights the need to achieve it. Read more.

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