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Presented By: Department of Learning Health Sciences

LHS Collaboratory

The Current State of US Interoperability and Implications for Learning Health Systems

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Julia Adler-Milstein, PhD
Professor of Medicine and Director of the Center for Clinical Informatics and Improvement Research (CLIIR)
University of California San Francisco

Interoperability is considered a key capability of a high-performing healthcare system and has been a top policy priority for more than a decade. Implementing interoperability is, however, a complex undertaking – requiring stakeholder coordination that tackles incentives, governance, technology, standards, and more. In this talk, Dr. Adler-Milstein will describe current approaches to interoperability and where we stand with respect to current levels of national adoption. She will then discuss the implications for Learning Health System efforts at different levels of scale.
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