The healthcare industry is on the verge of a breakthrough in interoperability as "plug and play" capability becomes more than a dream, according to a whitepaper published by the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT).
The California Office of Health Information Integrity wants to create standards for establishing trust among health information organizations in the state.
Emergency room access to a patient's medical history compiled through health information exchange reduced both readmissions and single-day admissions in a study from Israel.
California needs to take a step back and address some fundamental issues with vision and governance as it continues to implement aspects of the HITECH Act, according to a new report from the California Healthcare Foundation.
As interoperability issues persist in the health information exchange market, respondents in a new KLAS survey report dissatisfaction with their vendors.
The state of New York requires patient consent to have their data accessed through health information exchange, and a majority surveyed are willing to have their data stored automatically, as long as they can retain control over it.