InterSystems HealthShare certified for interoperability

August 2013
Medical Device Daily;8/7/2013, Vol. 17 Issue 151, p4
The article reports on the claim by InterSystems that its HealthShare strategic informatics platform has obtained IHE USA certification for health information technology (IT) interoperability and security as of mid-August 2013.


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