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Blog: The importance of interoperability: a conversation with Dr Nathan Pinskier
Dr Nathan Pinskier discusses how interoperability across the sector will benefit greatly from the adoption of secure electronic messaging.
Dr Nathan Pinskier is a Melbourne-based GP, and a prominent figure in Australia’s digital health scene. He chairs the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners National Standing Committee for eHealth, and has long been an advocate for digital health in Australia.
Dr Nathan Pinskier
As part of this long-standing involvement, he recognises better than most the central importance of interoperability to any large-scale digital health implementation. In April, you’ll be able to see him in person at Wild Health 2018, participating in a panel discussion on interoperability, where he will undoubtedly have many insights to share with the audience and other panellists. But we thought we’d get in early, and ask him to share some of his thoughts on interoperability with us.