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At Last! A Compelling Business Case for Interoperability

Interoperability clearly is the word of the day as we begin 2015. Until now, it has been one of the "warm and fuzzy" words bantered about in our industry and often associated with health care reform or used as a reason for being critical of electronic health record (EHR) vendors that are not supporting interoperable health care (see our related HISTalk article). So, what makes 2015 much more compelling for interoperability? We finally have a robust business case as a true interoperability driver…

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