The next episode of Digital Health Unplugged takes a look at interoperability in practice and empowering improved health outcomes through connecting care records.

Brought to you in partnership with Oracle Health, usual host Jordan Sollof hands the reigns over to Isaac Fredericks, director of relationships at Oracle Health. He is joined by Mark Westwood, GP at The Village Green Surgery (Great North Care Record), Jocelyn Palmer, programme director at One London, and Mike Seda, executive director at Tiger Institute for Health Innovation.

The panel share insights in how they are using health information exchange to enhance and automate data sharing workflows and what the driving factors are behind each of their projects, including improving care coordination, supporting safe patient transfers, enhancing efficiencies, and achieving better patient outcomes.

Other key focus areas in the episode include implementation strategies, collaborative working across different care settings, privacy and information governance considerations, technology and adoption challenges, operational management, and insights into future projects.

Digital Health would like to thank its partner for this episode, Oracle Health.

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