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by John Gresham
Published on April 5, 2017

Interoperability is one of the critical demands of health care decision makers looking to implement cutting-edge health IT (HIT) in their organizations. Despite the widespread support from physicians, hospital administrators and HIT industry leaders, the path to full interoperability is still crowded with challenges.

Today, there are three main areas where health care organizations may find opportunities to advance their goals for interoperability: a focus on patient-centric health care, a commitment to processes that support interoperability and emerging trends in connected devices.

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