ONC: 4 things health systems want from interoperability in 2030

In May, the ONC asked health IT stakeholders what interoperability should look like in 2030. The agency received more than 700 responses during the public comment period, Deputy National Coordinator Steve Posnack wrote in a Nov. 15 blog post.

The ONC then examined those responses for common themes and generated combined statements representing outcomes health systems would like to see employed by 2030. Here are four of those outcomes:

  1. "The health system will enable evidence-based, precision care that accounts for the social and health conditions of each patient, including links between health and human services."

  2. "The data used for clinical and administrative processes will be electronically integrated to support decisions about payment, eligibility, and benefits."

  3. "Public health response and preparedness will be driven by real-time data that allow public health agencies to quickly identify when and where infectious disease outbreaks occur and maintain insights about health system capacity."

  4. "Reporting for public health, quality measurement, and safety will all be completed automatically and electronically."

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