How Will The UK Measure Interoperability?

Interoperability struggles are by no means limited to the US; in that spirit, KLAS plans to study best practices in the UK to help identify the success that can benefit all healthcare organizations, says Rachel Dunscombe.

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Transparency In A Fine-Print World

If KLAS really wants to drive transparency in healthcare, it’s only fair that they are willing to divulge the “nitty-gritty” details of how research is gathered, says Jared Jeffery.

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Making History: What We Can Learn From The UK About Interoperability

When it comes to interoperability, we’re in the midst of a historic time, says KLAS’ Mitchell Josephson, who believes we can make significant strides by following the UK’s lead.

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From The Basement To The Top: KLAS’ 20-Year Journey

Two decades ago, a shared desire to keep the health IT industry honest by shining a light on vendor performance led three people to form a new organization. The rest, says Adam Gale, is history.

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Looking Globally To Solve Local Health IT Problems

Interoperability may be a struggle in the US, but we’re not alone, says Mitch Josephson of KLAS, who believes there’s great potential for countries to collaborate to solve our most pressing health IT issues.

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