Hospital interoperability refers to the ability of hospitals, healthcare providers, and other organizations to seamlessly connect, exchange, and interpret shared data via computerized systems and software applications across organizations, regions, and countries. Even though many health systems share data, the context is often missing, resulting in insufficient actionable information. Interoperable systems can speak the same language, preserving the data in its original context, which allows end users to interpret and understand the data.
These solutions primarily include clinical data exchange softwares, electronic health record (EHR)/application programming interface (API) integrators, and data interoperability platforms.
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PicnicHealth is an online platform that gathers patient information from all medical records to create a digital history of their health. It allows users to share these medical records anonymously for research purposes.
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