Carequality, a consortium of more than 70 provider, payer, vendor, government and research organizations, has developed a set of core principles for connecting established health information networks to each other.

The goal is to have a common way to exchange data using standardized rules of the road, says Marc Chasin, M.D., CIO at St. Luke’s Health system in Boise, Idaho. “That’s where you get true interoperability. I can trust a recipient will handle information the same as I would.”

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