For interoperability to keep pace with the shift to value-based care by public and private payers, the increasingly dated definitions, processes and use cases associated with interoperability must evolve.
Value-based care requires high-volume data exchange. It requires interoperability at a population level, which in turn requires automation, flexibility and scale. Intelligent, purpose-driven interoperability meeting these demands should add no additional provider burden via manual workflows as data is exchanged.
For this to occur across the delivery and reimbursement landscape, definitions and use cases need refinement and consensus, which is made more challenging by
the noise around interoperability’s successes, failures and needs.”