An effort to develop an information architecture that supports electronic practice-based research networks has been started jointly by the United States and Britain. This enables the linking of separate electronic health record systems and provides a foundation for software development.
This topic was found on Fierce Health IT in their article, “Researchers develop architecture to support practice-based research networks.” A faster and more efficient infrastructure will result and allow rapid advances in a variety of areas, including comparative effectiveness research, patient safety, and clinical trials.
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