Although the industry still faces significant challenges in key areas like interoperability and usability – and relief often feels light years away – it’s important to remember that “monumental changes don’t happen overnight,” says Jared Jeffrey.
As much as many of us would like to stop talking about interoperability, we’re just not there yet, says Jared Jeffery of KLAS. What we can do, however, is shift the conversation.
When it comes to driving adoption of population health tools, features like single sign-on and the ability to integrate with multiple platforms are just the basics, says KLAS’ Jared Jeffery.
Make no mistake – providers are moving the needle when it comes to interoperability, but it’s a change that’s coming slowly and with its share of challenges, says Jared Jeffery, reflecting on what KLAS has learned.
Vendors can’t be expected to create innovative solutions unless they’re able to truly understand what providers want, says KLAS’ Jared Jeffery, reflecting on data presented at the recent Utah HIMSS conference.