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Procuring Interoperability: Achieving High-Quality, Connected, and Person-Centered Care

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Realizing the promise of digital technology in health care will depend on the ability to share information across time and space from multiple devices, sources, systems, and organizations.

A new National Academy of Medicine Special Publication focuses on how the purchasers of health care technologies can and should leverage their purchasing power to drive interoperability. The publication outlines three environments critical to achieving interoperability, identifies five action priorities for health care system leaders, and provides sample request for proposal language that health care technology purchasers can use and adapt.

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