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.
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.
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.
How does the company that rates others rate its own employees? Dusty Fenwick discusses the characteristics KLAS looks for in candidates and the methods they’ve successfully used.
Like a game-changing Congress held more than 200 year ago, the Keystone Summit gathered leaders together to create a benchmark to measure progress and determine a path forward, says Bob Cash of KLAS.