"Interoperability progress made but sill much to be desired.”
KLAS, a health care IT research company, has formally measured interoperability since 2015, monitoring vendor and provider progress toward achieving deep interoperability that substantively improves patient care. The industry has made steady progress in some areas and leaps forward in others. In partnership with College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), this whitepaper shares 10 interoperability trends that highlight areas of progress and opportunities for industry improvement. Coray Tate RN BSN, VP Research & Strategy – Core Solutions, Interoperability & Jared Jeffery, Director of Strategic Relations, will share and talk through these findings.
About Our Roundtables:
Roundtables are part of our regular (free to all) programming where we connect experts from a wide array of perspectives relevant to health innovators. These gatherings are 90-minute conversations are capped to roughly 15 participants to ensure open dialogues that dive deep into subject matter while also making meaningful connections amongst participants.
The conversation is recorded and shared with the community at large.
A few days prior, we will send out "Confirmation Required" emails to registrants. You must email back to confirm your spot, or we will have to release your ticket. This roundtable will be happening virtually, Riley Sorenson (Riley@cambiagrove.com) will reach out to attendees with meeting info.
About KLAS: Started in 1996 by 4 members of the Healthcare IT (HIT) industry, Kent Gale, Leonard Black, Adam Gale, and Scott Holbrook, KLAS was founded with a desire to help providers, and now payers, find transparency in the healthcare IT marketplace. KLAS began as a 4-person operation working out of a kitchen, but we now have more than 130 employees working to bring data and insights to the market and shine a light on HIT.