Interoperability remains a challenge in all care environments. But while acute care is making progress when it comes to accessing data electronically, the post-acute world seems to be stuck in the past, says Erik Bermudez of KLAS.
Early data show that the CommonWell-Carequality connection has the potential to help facilitate data flow. But for that to happen, says Jon Christensen, we’re going to need some storms.
After years of false starts and unfulfilled promises, are we finally turning the corner when it comes to interoperability? KLAS’ Coray Tate reflects on the development that might be a game-changer.
Most providers agree that healthcare should shift from fee-for-service to value-based care. What they don’t agree on is how to measure success when going at-risk with payers or developing a capitation model for payment, says Jared Jeffery.
The relationship between vendors and providers plays a critical role in the success of a population health program, says Bradley Hunter, and it starts with honest communication.