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Interoperability 2019

Interoperability 2019
Vendor Success in Making Outside Data Usable

Authored by: Coray Tate and Tyson Blauer February 26, 2019 | Read Time: 5  minutes

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KLAS’ December 2018 interoperability update validated the CommonWell-Carequality connection, which makes data sharing possible for almost any provider organization. The next hurdle is making shared data usable. Progress so far shows that most vendors can reconcile PAMI data, but there are big differences in how contextual data (notes and labs) is managed. Additionally, all organizations must go through a learning curve in becoming comfortable consuming outside data, so getting started early is vital.

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Key Findings

  1. Epic and Cerner Make Shared Data Most Usable
  2. Greenway Health Lacks Meaningful Adoption; CPSI Has Most Manual Processes
  3. Epic Customers Benefit from Long Experience with Outside Data
  4. Expect Multiple Documents from Epic
  5. Vendor Bottom Lines
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