Rochester Regional Health's path to a unified patient record


There are no shortage of barriers and roadblocks on the path to true healthcare interoperability. Merging healthcare organizations often face the particularly vexing challenge of unifying disparate EHRs. This case study examines how Rochester (N.Y.) Regional Health, a five-hospital health system with an extensive outpatient care network, built a unified patient record after merging with several organizations that relied on different EHRs.

To learn how Rochester Regional Health created a longitudinal record for patients by aggregating data across all of its sites, download the case study by filling out the form.