Apervita unveils tool to aid hospitals with interoperability requirements

Healthcare IT News

Kat Jercich

On Thursday, analytics-startup Apervita announced the launch of a tool to help health systems meet interoperability requirements.

The platform, which the company says supports more than 2,500 hospitals, can now be used to provide patient data to third-party applications as mandated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the Office of National Coordinator interoperability and patient access regulations.

"As an industry, we’ve been working on interoperability for 25 years," said Apervita CEO Kevin Hutchinson.

"Now it’s the patient’s turn – our turn – to get access to our own health record data. The ONC and CMS regulations...

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