Interoperability in Healthcare systems: Added value
Digital health solutions can help address key healthcare issues: Access (expand coverage), quality (enhance services) and cost inefficiencies (optimize resources) and hence improve the overall key health outcomes. To achieve these objectives and drive long-term benefits of more effective digital health, interoperability is required at its semantic, structural and foundational level. Limited interoperability and integration between different IT systems is a barrier to healthcare improvement. It affects the coordination of care and the timely availability of data. Interoperability enables secure and reliable health data exchange between platforms, applications and devices and drives data integration. Data integration improves patient outcomes and dramatically increases the overall value of collected data as the outcomes that define value in healthcare are recorded, measured and improved through data.
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