Listen to an expert-led panel discussion that examines how health information and technology can streamline regional and national interoperability. Hear from clinical experts on the efforts taking place to improve data exchange and care delivery across the United States Veterans Affairs network, the region of Ontario, Canada, and London, United Kingdom.
Each panelist shares lessons learned from their unique regional perspectives and represent organizations at various stages of interoperability maturity. We discuss how each organization has evolved their interoperability strategies as they work to address challenges in real-time. Finally, we consider how increased flow of data leads to more informed care and ultimately a better patient experience.
After this roundtable, you should be able to:
- Recognize how health information and technology can streamline regional and national interoperability.
- Summarize how organizations are using health information technology to improve care.
- Consider how increased flow of data leads to more informed care and ultimately a better patient experience.
- Lyn Baluyot, President and CEO, TransForm Shared Services Organization
- Kim Ramirez, Director of Applications, Integration and Development, TransForm Shared Service Organization
- Jocelyn Palmer, Programme Director, One London
- Amanda Cournoyer, Interoperability Director of Electronic Health Record Modernization Integration Office, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
- Mike Warner, Director of Interoperability Strategy, Oracle Cerner
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