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Interoperability Paper Leonardo Lopez Ruiz BSHS/375 Instructor: Teresa Fisher
Administration for Children and Families. Mental Health providers work to promote opportunities to people with mental health illness to improve their ability to seek treatment, socialize with others, and work towards a job and a better living condition for themselves with the most appropriate therapeutic support, which at times can even include assistance in obtaining SSD (social security disability). Mental health services operate under specific principles which are for services to be delivered by means of comprehensive system of care which points out the most appropriate and least restrictive setting to deliver the highest level of functioning and care. There should also be continuity of care within the state, county and between the public and private sectors. The ranges of these services within the system must respond to the needs of the individual consumers and the population served with in the organization or organizations. Interoperability means the ability of health information systems to work together within and across organizational boundaries in order to advance the effective delivery of healthcare for individuals and communities. For Human services provider, the ability is critical to meeting objectives. Interoperability affects care delivery, continuity of care, and the ability to share information with patients and other providers for better patient engagement. For the Administration for children and families, the three methods of interoperability would probably be information sharing/exchanging, improve service delivery, and provide better outcomes for children and families.

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