Law & Governance
Health information and information technology professionals intuitively sense that the broad implementation of standardized processes and interoperable information technology throughout the health system is a good thing. We present a quantitative model that compares the financial costs and benefits of Ontario investing in standards-based interoperability versus integration that is not standards based.
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