During a recent interview with Health IT Interoperability, Bruno Bendavid, PeriGen’s Senior Vice President of Product Management was adamant about not allowing the rush to achieve interoperability between healthcare systems erode the need for clinical system workflows that make sense.
[fruitful_alert type=”alert-success”]”In today’s environment, rigid approaches do not necessarily help create effective, safe, and productive workflows for clinicians.”[/fruitful_alert]
In addition to weighing in on the side of uncompromised clinical quality, Bruno speaks to the growing importance of mobile-enabled solutions with easy-to-use interfaces. “The movement to cloud-based technologies is growing and will be a ‘must-have’ for healthcare platforms,” states Bruno.
The interview, conducted by Frank Irving, outlines the current state of interoperability and important considerations for the road ahead. In addition to Bruno’s perspective on integrating specialty systems such as those used by labor & delivery, the article includes sound bites by Nancy Ham of Medicity, Matthew Hawkins of Sunquest Information Systems, and Tom Lee of SA Ignite.