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Unified Specification for Address in Health Care: The New Standard and Why It’s Important for Patient Matching

Unified Specification for Address in Health Care: The New Standard and Why It’s Important for Patient Matching

Project US@ (“Project USA”) released Technical Specification Final Version 1.0 on January 7, 2022, a year-long effort to standardize patient address information exchanged between care teams who capture information and healthcare IT systems to improve patient matching. Audacious Inquiry interoperability expert, David Pyke, worked with the ONC to finalize these standards and gives a summary here.

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