So, what is interoperability and why is it important in Healthcare? “Interoperability” is the ability for Healthcare technology systems and devices to exchange, interpret, and store data using common standards.
SHARE is Prepared to Help Hospital Systems Comply with CMS, ONC Final Interoperability Rule
July 2020 Conway, Arkansas
“Connectivity to SHARE required little effort from our practice and will assist us in following up on our patients after an unfortunate ED or Inpatient visit by one of our Children.” –Dr. Bryan Harvey, MD
July 2020 Rogers, Arkansas
July 2020 Little Rock
Dewitt Hospital, a critical access hospital in Arkansas County, and Ferguson Rural Health Clinic have activated the SHARE statewide health information exchange.
- 25+ Primary Care and Specialty Care clinics expand connections to seamlessly deliver continuity of care documents (CCDs) across the State for enhanced interoperability
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2020 is the Year of the Nurse, unfortunately it is also been the year of the coronavirus pandemic. This year, with nurses on the frontlines of the battle against COVID-19, it seems inappropriate to casually salute nurses with a Happy Nurses Week!
Important COVID-19 Information
SHARE remains fully operational during this pandemic and is providing uninterrupted data exchange for our customers and the healthcare community throughout Arkansas. We are working with our health information exchange participants, including the State of Arkansas, on important monitoring, surveillance and care coordination initiatives to assist with this situation.
Better Interoperability for Better Healthcare
April 2020 --Little Rock, Arkansas