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Interoperability 2018
Real Progress with Patient-Record Sharing via CommonWell and Carequality

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Since the last KLAS report on interoperability was published in March 2018, the acute care/ambulatory EMR market has taken critical steps forward in sharing data via national networks. The most notable advancements include the establishment of the CommonWell-Carequality link, MEDITECH’s initial connection to CommonWell, and notable Carequality adoption among NextGen Healthcare customers. At this point, all of the most prevalent acute care/ambulatory EMR vendors except Allscripts and MEDHOST are connected to the national framework, putting the ability to exchange patient records within the reach of most acute care or clinic-based provider organizations, regardless of size or financial situation.

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Key Findings

  1. CommonWell to Carequality: The Connection Heard Round the US
  2. NextGen, eClinicalWorks Show Most Notable Progress; MEDITECH Makes Initial Connection
  3. Biggest Remaining Obstacle Is Local Community Adoption
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