When it comes to nationwide seamless health information interoperability, people may disagree on the exact definition, but they can certainly agree on one thing: We don’t have it now.

There’s been significant progress on certain applications, such as Direct secure messaging, exchanging of continuity of care documents and e-prescribing. And in certain geographic areas, health information exchanges have high participation and advanced capabilities that have been developed over decades.

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