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In this episode of DOCSF, we have a chat with Tate Gilchrist about interoperability and data.

This timely topic comes in handy because people in the ecosystem are needing to be interconnected with different software that manages health data. Tate has a lot of experience with different EHRs and has an exclusive perspective on the orthopedics side of interoperability. Today, there is a large variety of ways in which companies are managing data, especially when it comes to healthcare data, and Tate offers his thoughts on the ideal solutions for the future. What Tate recognizes as a common thread between these companies is the patient, which, in his opinion, will be the center of interoperability.

In the last 10 years, there’s been more legislation around the involvement of patients in healthcare data. HIPAA, TEFCA, and FTC regulations govern how patients and different healthcare providers can access and manage data. Tate exposes which other legislations are coming into play to help patients handle their data through a universal authentication pathway.
 
Join Tate in this two-part discussion about interoperability and data integration! Next time we will chat with Davide Vigano about this topic, don’t forget to tune in!

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