I Love Rural Health video: FHIR at Gothenburg Health

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I Love Rural Health video: FHIR at Gothenburg Health

Data is power. Literally.

Historically, the adoption of informatics and data has been a slow burn across the health care sector. This is especially true in rural hospitals, where leaders face a unique set of barriers like workforce shortages, population decline, brain drain and broadband disparities. In the heart of western Nebraska, Gothenburg Health leaders are committed to reversing that reality by embracing an innovative measure called the FHIR standard.

This is the story of how a few forward-thinking leaders have used the FHIR Standard to transform patient outcomes in rural Gothenburg, Nebraska. Press play to see how a data-forward approach has redefined medical care in this community.

For information on Gothenburg Health's adoption of FHIR standard and its impact on patient outcomes in rural Nebraska, you can visit the I Love Rural Health campaign's website: https://iloveruralhealth.com/fhir-gothenburg-health/. 

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