Exchanging data between health information systems is an overarching concern in healthcare with a litany of standards to navigate, vendor-proprietary APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) to consider, and basic connectivity. Many anticipate FHIR to solve basic data exchange. However, business practices, not technology, may be the primary impediment to true data liquidity.
In order to achieve true care coordination and population health management, it is paramount to keep the data flowing. This session will examine emerging health data exchange standards, the “push to pull” industry paradigm shift and the move to open platforms to enable an ecosystem of third party innovation.