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The health care industry is moving towards an interoperable system, one that will have the ability to exchange and make use of information across organizations. The promises of a more integrated system are immense and progress towards interoperability has been made by both the public and private sectors. However, questions still exist. How can we advance toward an interoperable system? What is preventing interoperability at scale? And, most importantly, how will interoperability benefit the consumer?
Cambia Grove explored these questions during a two-day Interoperability Summit in Seattle, Washington. The Summit brought together innovators and health care leaders from across the country to learn how to overcome current barriers to transforming the system to become interoperable for consumers. This event used a three-pronged approach to understanding the path towards interoperability:
- The digitization of health data
- Making the digitized health data interoperable in a way that empowers consumers
- The consumer use case for digitized and interoperable health data
Confirmed speakers included: