Many industry stakeholders try to over-simplify the dynamics of the health information exchange market, contends Kenneth Kleinberg, a managing director at The Advisory Board Company, a consultancy. “Some say that public HIEs don’t have sustainable models,” he notes. “The reality is there are some public HIEs that are viable and some private HIEs that have proven unsuccessful.”

During a roundtable session at HIMSS13 in New Orleans, Kleinberg will walk attendees through the quickly evolving public and private HIE markets.

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