Synopsis: Healthcare interoperability happens when two vendors that have never met on the playing field come together having implemented a standard — and it works. This is ad-hoc interoperability. Bespoke interoperability, on the other hand, happens when there is a profile that somebody has gone through and documented in great detail. Healthcare organizations all implement to that profile, and it’s plug-and-play.
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