The concept of interoperability is usually applied in healthcare where two electronic health record systems share data about a patient to provide comprehensive care and reduce the chance of medical errors. However, it isn’t limited to healthcare. EurekAlert! brought this news to us in their article, “How to make biomedical research data able to interact?“
It describes the ability of different systems to communicate regardless of industry. This is also a major challenge in biomedical research, which is largely based on the compilation and analysis of numerous datasets.
Personalized medicine is based on the exploitation and analysis of large quantities of data whether genomic, epidemiological or from medical imaging, to extract meaning. To be able to do this, cross-referencing and aggregating mutually intelligible data is compulsory, even when they come from very different sources.
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