Healthcare Interoperability

Healthcare interoperability refers to the ability of different systems, devices and applications used by various healthcare providers, such as hospitals, clinics and laboratories, to exchange data and work together harmoniously, utilizing these data.

Healthcare Interoperability is crucial to create an integrated system for electronically sharing patient records, test results, prescriptions and all other health information among healthcare providers. This compatibility is achieved through technologies and solutions encompassing technical components like standard data formats, communication protocols and communication methods. Thus, healthcare providers enable patients to receive better treatment, improve the quality of healthcare services and conduct health processes more efficiently. 

FHIR (Fast Health Interoperability Resources) is a HL7 standard protocol for healthcare interoperability. Read More >>

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