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Interoperability series: 6 insights into the importance of data exchange

While home health and hospice organizations are adjusting to a new era of care that requires interoperable solutions, they’re also navigating new challenges that come with rapidly evolving technology. What is interoperability, what opportunities can it bring to your organization, and what are future trends?

Don’t miss our six-blog series that answers these questions and more.

What is interoperability and why is it important?

The approachable definition for interoperability is that it allows information to do what it should — follow the patient and foster better care transitions. Home health and hospice without interoperability is a disconnected industry that results in incomplete care, incorrect reports, and the inability to efficiently receive care details from providers. Learn the true cost of the lack of interoperability.

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Challenges and opportunities with interoperability
When interoperability roadmaps were laid out, our industry got left behind. And because post-acute care is so different than the hospital setting, there were key features that failed to be considered when interoperability was in its early stages. While this technology has evolved into post-acute settings since then, there are still challenges to face. Learn those challenges and opportunities for improvement through our recently commissioned independent studies.

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Interoperability trends for 2023 and beyond

With CMS doubling down on its efforts to accelerate interoperability adoption with the Interoperability and Patient Access Final Rule of 2021, interoperability will not only be about the ability to share data between systems, but it will also be about the ability to share data between all care stakeholders. Learn the value of achieving true interoperability — including improved patient outcomes, reduced healthcare costs, and a better patient experience.

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Interoperability could have helped: 3 real-life stories

In a recent series, our ResMed SaaS employees shared personal stories about their experiences having family members and loved ones in home-based and post-acute care — and how technology could have led to more positive outcomes. Read a few of those touching stories and how MatrixCare is built to help avoid similar results.

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What do highly interoperable systems look like?

Interoperability is not just the movement of data. It also consists of clinical and administrative workflows that we believe should be embedded in every feature. When data is injected into clinical workflows, it creates efficiency, accuracy, and more effective care. Explore what highly interoperable systems look like for home health and hospice organizations.

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4 steps toward interoperability success

Regardless of size, home health and hospice organizations across the country have one thing in common — the need for interoperability. Learn the four steps that will lead your business down a path of interoperability success.

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Why interoperability is important to MatrixCare

We believe data accessibility is an essential tool for achieving compliance and patient satisfaction. That’s why our EHR was built to help organizations align with these goals through an interoperable approach to healthcare. Additionally, we use multiple methods to connect to as many organizations as possible in an effort to keep post-acute organizations competitive and relevant.

Request a demo to see what MatrixCare’s approach to interoperability can bring to your business.


MatrixCare provides software solutions in out-of-hospital care settings. As the multiyear winner of the Best in KLAS award for Long-Term Care Software and Home Health and Hospice EMR, MatrixCare is trusted by thousands of facility-based and home-based care organizations to improve provider efficiencies and promote a better quality of life for the people they serve. As an industry leader in interoperability, MatrixCare helps providers connect and collaborate across the care continuum to optimize outcomes and successfully manage risk in out-of-hospital care delivery.

MatrixCare is a wholly-owned subsidiary of ResMed (NYSE: RMD, ASX: RMD). To learn more, visit and follow @MatrixCare on X

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