Even after the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) urged vendors to be open to interoperability efforts, organizations are continuing the grapple with data exchange between systems. In the same vein, legacy systems continue to silo data, which creates inefficiencies across the enterprise and significant overhead cost with contracted monthly expenses.
So how attainable is interoperability? One thing is for sure: It's no longer a vision, it's a requirement. This webinar will discuss the findings of a recently completed research report conducted by Healthcare Informatics, which examines how hospitals and health systems are building the patient-centered delivery systems of tomorrow by creatively leveraging the clinical, technical and financial resources available today.
This report takes a deep dive into the innovative strategies healthcare organizations are using to achieve practical interoperability among legacy IT platforms, and features experts and executives from Wake Forest Baptist Health, Staten Island University Hospital and EMC.
- Examine how healthcare organizations are building patient-centered care delivery systems using tools already available
- Describe strategies to achieve interoperability among legacy IT platforms
- List different ways to innovate around the concept of interoperability, including practical alternative methods and approaches
Registrants of this webinar will receive an advance copy of the Healthcare Informatics research report, titled: "Innovation & Interoperability: The Latest Creative and Practical Approaches from the Field".
Continuing Education Information
Healthcare Informatics has been approved by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) to award a total of 1.0 hours of continuing education credits for "Innovation & Interoperability: The Latest Creative and Practical Approaches from the Field", CHIME Members may claim their CEUs for this program by entering them on the CHIME website at https://chimecentral.org/certified-chcios/submit-ceus/.