Integrating Care: Moving Beyond Interoperability to True Collaboration, Part II

Building the vehicle which will take us beyond interoperability to full integration is a complex task. But, as we saw in the first blog post in this series, there’s ample proof that the need is great – longevity is threatened without integration, quality of life is diminished and costs are needlessly driven higher. So, what does integration look like in practice? We can confidently answer that question because tangible progress is currently being made and we’re already improving clinical practices in behavioral health.

A few of those examples are:


The use cases above are evidence that the future looks bright because it’s already materializing. On our next stop in this blog series about the road to true collaboration we’ll take a look technology that can move us beyond information sharing.