By Monica E. Oss
With a health care system increasingly driven by value-based care models — accountable care organizations, medical homes, health homes, global payments, and other integrated care management and service delivery models — the ability to share data is a core competency for success. The ability to seamlessly share health care data among payers and multiple collaborating provider organizations is fraught with challenges from every angle – first, there is the practical issue of being capable of sharing data electronically. Individual organizations need to have a proficient electronic health record (EHR) system, then there is the issue of interoperability – the technology and technology vendors . . .
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With a health care system increasingly driven by value-based care models — accountable care organizations, medical homes, health homes, global payments, and other integrated care management and service delivery models — the ability to share data is a core competency for success. The ability to seamlessly share health care data among payers and multiple collaborating provider organizations is fraught with challenges from every angle – first, there is the practical issue of being capable of sharing data electronically. Individual organizations need to have a proficient electronic health record (EHR) system, then there is the issue of interoperability – the technology and technology vendors . . .
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