15 cities with the highest interoperability rates at hospitals: ONC data

Here are the cities ranked by rates of interoperability amongst hospitals throughout the four domains, listed from greatest to most affordable..

Jackie Drees –
Tuesday, October 27th, 2020
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Cleveland is the city with the highest rates of interoperability among medical facilities in the U.S., according to a recent analysis by ONC.

Cleveland.
Miami.
Detroit.
Seattle.
Dallas.
New york city.
Chicago.
Kansas City.
Atlanta.
Boston.
San Jose.
Washington, D.C.
St. Louis.
Los Angeles.
Philadelphia.

For its October 2020 State of Interoperability amongst Major U.S. Cities report, ONC examined differences in interoperability between cities in regards to hospitals capabilities in four crucial domains: discover, send out, receive and integrate electronic health details with sources outside their health system. The analysis is based upon 2018 data.

More than 70 percent of hospitals in Cleveland, Miami and Detroit reported interoperable data sharing throughout the 4 essential domains, compared to less than 50 percent of medical facilities in Washington, D.C., St. Louis, Los Angeles and Philadelphia.

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