Monthly Archives: August 2015

My Five-Part Series on Interoperability Is In Healthcare IT News This Week

7,000 words on the missing layer of interoperability that no one talks about: workflow interoperability! You may have seen my post on pragmatic interoperability. It’s workflow tech that will make pragmatic interoperability possible. That’s why I call it workflow interoperability around health IT folks; it’s less scary. Pragmatics is a term from linguistics, [...]

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Healthcare Data Interoperability and Workflow Interoperability: Four Questions (and Answers)

This post is prompted by this week’s Healthcare Leadership (#HCLDR) tweetchat. It’s at 8:30 EST on Tuesday. The following questions come from @JoeBabiain’s tee-off post the Challenge of True Interoperability and Why It Matters. (By the way, please also check out my five-part series on Healthcare IT News this week: Achieving Task and Workflow Interoperability [...]

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