The meaningful use program has provided a mixed bag of results in the terminology arena with widespread adoption of electronic health records. However, efforts to invoke sets of terminology standards for information systems haven’t achieved all the anticipated results.

With confusion over standards, and variability in the standards themselves, providers are having a hard time with systems that don’t speak the same language or require significant work to enable them to interact.

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