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Interoperability of Healthcare Records

With growing number of Healthcare product vendors and solutions out there in the market place there is a growing need to streamline how healthcare records are managed across care providers using heterogeneous EMR/EHR products.


Are all the products adhering to standards and protocols to ensure seamless portability of data between systems?


With a certifying body like CCHIT defining processes and standards for products to adhere, the stability and manageability of porting information between systems is only getting better as CCHIT requires all certified products to comply to certain communication protocol standards such as HL7.

However more needs to be done it terms of ensuring usage of terminology databases such as SNOMED, LOINC.,etc


Ashok

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Keep working ,great job!

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