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Interoperability 2020 (Acute/Ambulatory)

Interoperability 2020 (Acute/Ambulatory)
Adoption and Usability Differ Significantly Between EMR Vendors

November 12, 2020 | Read Time: 5  minutes

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The national interoperability networks of Carequality and CommonWell Health Alliance have become some of the primary means by which patient records are shared between healthcare organizations in the US. However, the number of organizations connected to these plug-and-play networks and the usability of the shared data vary significantly depending on the EMR in use. This report—a follow-up to research published in early 2019—examines adoption and usability among advanced users of the main acute and ambulatory care EMR vendors.

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Key Findings:

  1. Epic, NextGen, and Cerner Best at Making Outside Data Usable
  2. Duplicate PAMI Data a Growing Problem; NextGen Customers the First to Report Significant Improvement
  3. Cerner and NextGen Make Significant Strides in Connecting Customers
  4. MEDITECH Adoption Slow; Allscripts’Connections Just Getting Started
  5. Vendor Bottom Lines
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