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Interoperability in Medicine: Helping Health Information Systems Work Together

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The Case for Medical Interoperability: Why Health Information Systems Must Work Together

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Brendan McCorkle, CEO and Founder of CloudMine, discusses the importance of health care systems interoperability and how to implement it successfully.
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    Interoperability refers to the capacity for computer systems and software to exchange information and interpret that shared data.  

    The ability for machines to communicate efficiently within healthcare systems offers a myriad of vital benefits to patients and providers. For instance, as data becomes more mobile, personal health information entered by clinicians can begin to reach patients wherever they are and whenever they need it.

    Dr. Brian McDonough sits down with Brendan McCorkle, CEO and Founder of CloudMine, to discuss his perspectives on the importance of health care systems interoperability and how to implement it successfully.

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