Interoperability is the ability of computer systems to exchange data and information, including medical records. It’s a term that has come up in recent years in the healthcare industry as doctors and other medical professionals have tried to improve the way they communicate with each other. 

There are many ways to describe interoperability, but one way is that it is the ability to share data between different software products and systems. In an electronic health record (EHR) environment, this means that health records can be shared between different providers without losing any of their original integrity or structure.