Healthcare IT Interoperability Challenges in Southeast Asia, 2016

A Change in Mindset is Required to Drive Human Interoperability

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The healthcare industry is growing rapidly and moving toward data-based healthcare services and offerings. The importance of good health data interoperability is becoming prominent. Each country in Southeast Asia (SEA) drives interoperability based on the current state of healthcare digitalization and the complexity of the healthcare system. Singapore has the most advanced and digitalized healthcare system among the four countries in the scope of this study. It is already implementing a fully integrated healthcare network for health data exchange across all its public hospitals with plans to expand this to private institutions in the near future. Developing countries in SEA—Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailandâ€

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