Integration Engines Drive System-wide Interoperability

Nov. 9, 2012

Health systems like Banner Health are relying on integration engines to achieve multisite interoperability and connectivity across their continuum of care. Spurred by a plethora of healthcare reform initiatives including meaningful use, health information exchanges (HIEs), and accountable care organizations (ACOs), healthcare providers are considering bigger interoperability goals for their integration engine solutions to affect seamless data flow within and between facilities.

Read about how Banner Health is scaling their interoperability infrastructure to keep up with the pace of growth and regulatory requirements and facilitate multi-application and multisite interoperability.

Sponsored by:

Please register below to view the article.

Sponsored Recommendations

Healthcare Trends 2024: Trends & Strategies for Future Success

Explore the future of healthcare in 2024 with insights from the Healthcare Industry Trends Report. Stay ahead of the curve as we delve into the latest industry developments and...

Trailblazing Technologies: Looking at the Top Technologies for the Emerging U.S. Healthcare System

Register for the first session of the Healthcare Innovation Spotlight Series today to learn more about 'Healthcare's New Promise: Generative AI', the latest technology that is...

Data: The Bedrock of Digital Engagement

Join us on March 21st to discover how data serves as the cornerstone of digital engagement in healthcare. Learn from Frederick Health's transformative journey and gain practical...

Northeast Georgia Health System: Scaling Digital Transformation in a Competitive Market

Find out how Northeast Georgia Health System (NGHS) enabled digital access to achieve new patient acquisition goals in Georgia's highly competitive healthcare market.