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Interoperability Advancements Resource Center

Top Focus Areas for Patient-Centered Interoperability
Top Focus Areas for Patient-Centered InteroperabilityPatients are the catalysts to interoperability changes, according to the Council of Accountable Physician Practices, an affiliate organization of the American Medical Group Foundation.
Your Interoperability Strategy: 4 Things Healthcare Execs Need to ConsiderBefore investing in new interoperability solutions, executives need to consider these four things.
Managed Care Technology Survey Findings 2018Is your organization on pace with the biggest healthcare technology trends? Here’s your chance to find out.
Lack of interoperability contributes to opioid epidemicA coalition is pushing for interoperability advances that it believes could help curb the opioid epidemic. Here’s what it is fighting for.
Healthcare organizations that struggle most with interoperabilityThe landscape of data exchange efficiency continues to be uneven, with some healthcare organizations communicating more proficiently than others. These are the ones struggling the most.
Five Tech Predictions for Healthcare in 2018In the year ahead, we can expect to see an insurgence in technology solutions that address patient engagement, data, and security throughout the healthcare system.
Cigna uses artificial intelligence to sift through big data 'noise'Successfully separating the signal from the noise, especially in healthcare, can be a tremendous value creator.
Four essential players for your healthcare data analytics team
Four essential players for your healthcare data analytics teamPutting together the right team of data specialists is an important part of the future growth of a healthcare organization. Do you have the right team in place?
Is end-of-life care the place for big data?
Is end-of-life care the place for big data?The benefits and drawbacks of predictive modeling in end-of-life care decision making.
Five healthcare technologies likely to be developed in the next 10 years
Five healthcare technologies likely to be developed in the next 10 yearsIn the next decade, many of the concepts aiming to streamline the healthcare industry could be reality.