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Providers, payers need to move beyond compliance with FHIR interoperability, experts say. Here’s why

By Anastassia Gliadkovskaya

Don Searing, Vice President of Product and Solutions Architecture at Sagility

Article originally published by Fierce Healthcare

Written by Anastassia Gliadkovskaya.

Industry leaders argue that a stronger push for interoperability in healthcare will lead to a better understanding of population health and improved care delivery, where easily shareable data can be complemented by artificial intelligence.

The Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resource (FHIR) standard, created by the standards development organization Health Level 7, aims to improve data sharing in a healthcare system full of fragmentation. FHIR is a core data standard, where participating entities agree on the meaning of the data and how to share the information.


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