Commentary: The Sequoia Project, a not-for-profit organization that creates solutions for health data exchange, recently published “A Framework for Cross-Organizational Patient Identity Management.” The report features a case study of a patient matching pilot between large, sophisticated regional health organizations, including Intermountain Healthcare, a not-for-profit based in Salt Lake City that includes 22 hospitals and over 185 clinics.

Both the case study and Intermountain Healthcare’s willingness to share its experience are immensely valuable to any organization beginning a large-scale patient matching endeavor.

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