Multinational Electronic Health Records Interoperability Strategies
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Multinational Electronic Health Records Interoperability Strategies

Sterling Keith Carter (SBC Global Consulting, LLC, USA), Christina Maria Anastasia (Colorado Technical University, USA), Kennedy Maranga (Colorado Technical University, USA) and Rae Denise Madison (Colorado Technical University, USA)
Pages: 300
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-8989-2
ISBN13: 9781799889892|ISBN10: 1799889890|EISBN13: 9781799889908
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This book will raise awareness and spark an international collaboration amongst global leaders to research the feasibility of a globally interoperable electronic health record system to prevent the international spread of disease, document patient treatment, travel, and transmission of BSL-4 infections. The problem of the spread of disease and the lack of multinational interoperability is a global problem and requires a global effort to establish interoperable systems protocols.

This book focuses on the feasibility and design of a multinational or globally interoperable electronic health record system to track and prevent the spread of disease of BSL-4 infections. Due to the rapid spread of COVID-19 and the history of the multinational spread of zoonotic diseases, it is clear that a global effort is needed. The WHO stated that the lack of EHR interoperability and the spread of disease is a global problem that requires a global solution. This book is a critical exploration on this topic.

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