Saturday, 22 March 2014

Interoperability May Make Hospitals Eligible for ISO Registration

Advocates of interoperability, like the Center for Medical Interoperability, estimates that a unified system can save the healthcare sector around $30 billion a year. It’s costly, yes, but nothing that the industry won’t be able to recoup in a matter of years with savings generated from complying with standards.

Conformity assessment, in this case, may put facilities a step closer to eligibility in the ISO 9001 registration process. Certification services like International Standards Authority will look closely into this to make sure the interoperable system is compliant with standards.

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