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Pulse+IT Magazine: It's all about the data

Community News | April 25, 2014, 1:14 p.m.

Interoperable EHRs are the holy grail of eHealth, but most remain a closed shop. The development of archetypes - discretely defined clinical concepts - and the sharing of them through a Clinical Knowledge Manager (CKM) such as that hosted by NEHTA and used to inform the PCEHR, and in clinical use in the Northern Territory, means real interoperability is possible.

Whole article, by Heather Leslie, available in Pulse+IT Magazine.






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