Lack of interoperability among data resources for electronic health records is a major hurdle to the unfettered exchange of information and development of a robust health data infrastructure.

That is the conclusion of an independent group of scientists advising the federal government. To address these interoperability issues, they say the government must establish a “comprehensive, transparent, and overarching software architecture” for health information. 

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