Interoperability In Healthcare Expanded To Record Levels During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As COVID-19 reshaped American healthcare, interoperability showed real progress with care providers using shared health intelligence more than ever to make care better, safer and more cost-effective, according to the Surescripts 2021 National Progress Report. The report shows how the Surescripts network helped inform billions of healthcare decisions—making prescriptions more affordable, boosting medication adherence, simplifying the specialty medication experience, and fortifying care management processes.

Tom Skelton

“This year’s National Progress Report demonstrates nationwide momentum toward interoperable, digital health intelligence sharing,” explained Tom Skelton, chief executive officer of Surescripts. “By leveraging the Surescripts network, healthcare professionals of all kinds are getting clinical intelligence at the right time, in the right place, so that they have the trusted insights they need to serve patients.”

Notable findings in the Surescripts 2021 National Progress Report include:

Explore the Surescripts 2021 National Progress Report to learn more about how the Surescripts Network Alliance is advancing healthcare. Join us virtually or in person at HIMSS on Wednesday, March 16, at 7:00 AM ET for a panel discussion about the progress we’re making measuring healthcare interoperability in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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