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Interoperability Roadmap Public Comments

ONC accepted public comments on Connecting Health and Care for the Nation: A Shared Nationwide Interoperability Roadmap Draft Version 1.0. The comment period ended on April 3, 2015.

The draft Roadmap proposes critical actions that need to be taken by both private and public stakeholders to advance the nation towards a more connected, interoperable health IT infrastructure and was drafted by ONC based on input from private and public stakeholders. The draft Roadmap outlines the critical actions for different stakeholder groups necessary to help achieve an interoperable health IT ecosystem.


Carole Hill
Clinical Informaticist
Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation


Posted: 01/30/2015 - 11:57am

First of all I want to say that I am grateful that we are all working together to solve the health care gaps that we have today especially with the use of technology. I think that all of the work that is being done is good, but because of the complexity of the many different health insurance plans we will continue to have a dysfunctional health care system in the U.S. There is a tremendous amount of work that is happening just to manage insurance plans and there many differences. Health care will become more equitable and less complex when insurance companies go away. What we need is one health care plan for everyone. I hope this message is not ignored as this is extremely important and I do not see this discussed any where. Thank you, Carole Hill
My organization is very committed to support interoperabilty by working through Health Information Exchange. As far as software interoperability that is for the vendors to get together. Thank you.