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Interoperability

Author | Date October 30, 2012

Interoperability: various networks and software are able to interact with each other for the benefit of healthcare facilities. It is important to have this kind of communication going on in a healthcare facility’s system because it will make such things as security easier to monitor. Not to mention it makes using the networks and software together much easier to manage.

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