CMG's mission is to empower the collaborative action needed for the healthcare industry to be truly interoperable by providing Smart, Efficient, Automated software solutions.
In a world where the speed, accuracy, and accessibility of information can mean the difference between success and failure, the valuable data within our healthcare communities have remained trapped and siloed.
At CMG Health, we provide the connectivity to guide the healthcare industry into a new era of healthcare experiences: where data is shared, care can be accelerated, and solutions are developed together.
Healthcare is the largest and the fastest growing segment of the global economy. As a provider of technology Solution , CMG plays an important role in this transformation. All of us at CMG recognize the impact of healthcare technology on human lives.
At CMG, we give healthcare IT professionals the opportunity to play a pivotal role in shaping the way healthcare is managed and delivered by leading organizations worldwide.
CMG was founded by a consortium of top industry leaders on a mission to unlock the full potential of healthcare by improving transparency and enhancing interoperability.
How Does Interoperability Work?
For two or more systems to be interoperable, they must be able to exchange, interpret, and present shared data in a way that is understood by the other.
This is accomplished with the establishment of syntactic interoperability, which involves adopting a common data format and common data structure protocols, followed by semantic interoperability, which involves the addition of metadata that links each data element to a controlled, shared vocabulary.
Within this shared vocabulary are associated links to an ontology, which is a data model that represents a set of concepts within a domain and the relationships among those concepts.
The adoption of these common standards enables the transmission of meaningful information that is independent of any information system. The benefits of interoperability include increased productivity, reduced costs, and reduced errors.