Data sharing ‘insufficient’ for close to a third of healthcare providers

Nearly a third of U.S. technology executives in hospitals and healthcare systems rate their data-sharing efforts as insufficient — even within their own organizations. That’s the consensus of a new research survey sponsored by the Center for Connected Medicine (CCM), which found that fewer than four in 10 report successful data sharing with other health systems.

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