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A blurry photo or missed text due to competing phone technology is annoying, and an example of interoperability failing. But for healthcare professionals, missing or inaccurate clinical information is more than annoying—it’s dangerous.

In this Forbes article, Surescripts CEO Frank Harvey writes about healthcare interoperability’s history, challenges and opportunities.

He explains that:

  • Organizations and professionals shouldn’t have to choose sides to exchange clear, accurate health information.
  • It’s crucial to continue innovating and advancing technology to keep up with clinician burnout and an aging population.
  • We’ve come a long way since paper prescriptions were the norm, and the new common expectations under the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common AgreementSM can take us even further.

Read the article for more of Harvey’s insights.

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