4 Encourage innovation and competition 5 Build upon the existing health IT

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Build a culture of electronic access and use. 4. Encourage innovation and competition. 5. Build upon the existing health IT infrastructure. 6. One size does not fit all. 7. Simplify. 8. Maintain modularity 9. Consider the current environment and support multiple levels of advancement 10. You can review the full V1.0 roadmap at: . This lecture looks at key elements of successful interoperability: Software systems and functionality needed for interoperability, Process and governance requirements for successful interoperability, and Standards essential to effective interoperability. An important term that comes up in healthcare interoperability is “Health Information Exchange (HIE)”. The term encompasses two related concepts: Module 4 ... 23 of 42 2/12/2019, 10:45 PM
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Verb: The electronic sharing of health-related information among organizations Noun: An organization that provides services to enable the electronic sharing of health-related information The software information system that is used to enable electronic sharing of health-related information The goal of of HIE (verb) and of an HIE (noun) is to provide the core connectivity point for interoperability among the disparate participants in healthcare as illustrated in the following diagrams. This goal is more difficult as we look to exchange information with other types of organizations involved with health and with different types of devices. Interoperability Requirements: Hospital and Affiliates This problem is even more challenging when sharing health information across regions or throughout the country where multiple HIEs are interconnecting, as illustrated here. Interoperability & HIE Requirements: Nationwide Module 4 ... 24 of 42 2/12/2019, 10:45 PM
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These challenges are even greater when interoperability also consists of other types of organizations, like first responders, and with numerous types of devices. Interoperability & HIE Requirements in a Connected World Why Health Information Exchange & Interoperability are Important Module 4 ... 25 of 42 2/12/2019, 10:45 PM
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