Epic has been working on interoperability for years, and has highlighted several efforts in recent months, including Care Everywhere, Share Everywhere, and the new TEFCA initiative from the ONC.
“We’ll find new ways to be innovative. We’ll find new ways to weave it into the moment where it’s really going to impact the health of you and all the people that we care about,” said Epic’s Matt Doyle.
Nearly 2,000 hospitals and 45,000 clinics use Epic EHR, and the ability to interoperate with other systems will ensure clinicians have the most updated information possible to care for patients.
Read the full article in Becker’s.