Melanie Medina

Power of the cloud spurs big push to boost interoperability

May 11, 2016

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Read the full article at: www.healthdatamanagement.com

“Market opportunities and consumers increase pressure to enhance healthcare data exchange”

“You can walk into any hospital in this country and systems don’t talk to each other. They don’t work in a plug-and-play manner,” says Kerry McDermott, vice president of public policy and communications at CMI. “Health systems want change.”

Patients are gaining control and giving incentive to Health Systems to deliver a more interoperable environment to their patients. Cloud applications that choose to have standardized, modern APIs leveraging FHIR, JSON, and OATH2 lead to lighter and simpler integration. 

Corepoint Health is excited about the innovation, and is helping health systems today create a modern interoperability ecosystem by leveraging a platform that can exchange any protocol, any standard, and with any application.

 

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Whitepaper: Migrating to the Cloud for the Healthcare Industry

Blog: 3 Steps to Plan Your Journey to the Cloud

Blog: The Price Is Right: How Moving to the Cloud Can Save You Money

Blog: Why Are Tech Giants Moving to the Cloud?

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