White Paper – Interoperability in Healthcare
Technology is having a catalyst effect on healthcare, opening up exciting opportunities to vastly improve the flow of information, offer deeper data insights, enhance clinical workflow and optimise better patient outcomes.
And if Australia is to hold its rank as delivering some of the best health outcomes in the world, it must embrace the power of interoperability in enabling healthcare now and in the years to come.
But a lack of education and widespread anxieties about the security of moving patient data and information appear to be the strongest impediments to achieving interoperability in healthcare.
In our latest White Paper, we surveyed more than 320 industry professionals to determine how the health sector approaches data sharing and interoperability and what it means to the medical profession.