The Health Information Revolution
Modern healthcare depends on teamwork and communication. Improved interoperability can help transform the efficiency and effectiveness of health services, to providing information when and where required, facilitate quicker and more soundly based decision-making, reduce waste by cutting out repeated work, and improve safety due to fewer errors.
KeywordsPublic Health Agency Problem List Medication List Medication Reconciliation Clinical Document Architecture
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