What is Interoperability? Interoperability describes the extent to which systems and devices can exchange data, and interpret that shared data.
Interoperability is a property of a product or system, whose interfaces are completely understood, to work with other products or systems, present or future, without ...
The 2015 Interoperability Standards Advisory was published as an “open draft” designed to begin an interactive process to prompt focused industry dialogue on ...
Interoperability. A major policy goal for the FCC is promoting public safety interoperability - to ensure that emergency responders and other state, local and tribal ...
Introduction. Health information exchange (HIE) is complicated and the standards that support them are abundant. Here is a quick (or maybe not so quick) guide to HIE ...
K–12 education hasn’t focused on interoperability—the seamless sharing of data content and services among systems and applications. Our new primer ...
Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization - SISO is dedicated to facilitating simulation interoperability across a wide spectrum, SISO, and its affiliates ...
Interoperability & Standards. HIMSS is continually working to provide crucial tools for achieving interoperability and implementing standards in all areas of Health ...
IMS Interoperability Standards. All IMS Global standards are free to download and free to use. To claim conformance to an IMS standard an implementing organization ...
ONC is working to enable the health IT community to convene and rapidly prioritize health IT challenges, such as HIE standards and interoperability. Learn more.