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Running head: INTEROPERABILITY AND 1 Interoperability and the EHR Steven Clarke Rasmussen College M229/HIM2652: Healthcare Information Technologies Judy Johnson February 20, 2020
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INTEROPERABILITY AND THE EHR 2 Interoperability and the EHR 1. Describe at least two problems or issues you observe with Doomore hospital trying to get drug allergy data transferred directly into their own system, from Primicare. In order to use the clinic’s data, what might the hospital need to do? Doomore’s database relies on the patient ID compared to an ID number and the patient’s name. This is an issue as both Primicare and Doomore does not use the same form of patient ID. The Primicare database lists patients by their first and last name and Doomore does not list the patients by their names. 2. Do you think either the Hospital or the Doctor’s office, could improve upon their drug allergy system tables and use of them? Explain specifically what you would do. Would you add any fields, change fields, or make other changes?
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