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Global Healthcare Interoperability Solutions Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report, By Type (Software and Services), Interoperability level (Foundational, Structural, and Semantic), Deployment (Cloud-based, On-premise), End-user (Healthcare Providers, Healthcare Payers, Pharmacies), Region (North America, Europe, APAC, and Others), and Segment Forecasts, 2023 – 2030
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Healthcare interoperability solutions refer to technologies and systems that enable seamless sharing and exchange of patient health information among different healthcare providers and organizations. These solutions are crucial for improving healthcare coordination, efficiency, and patient outcomes.  Healthcare interoperability solutions play a crucial role in achieving a connected healthcare ecosystem, enabling healthcare providers to access comprehensive patient data at the point of care and fostering better collaboration among healthcare stakeholders. Interoperability solutions form the backbone of healthcare software systems at hospitals, ambulatory healthcare centers, home healthcare services and other healthcare settings enabling different platforms like laboratory management, HER, patient management, and medical billing etc. to work smoothly and seamlessly. This allows all the departments at a healthcare setting to coordinate their efforts with minimum paperwork. This results in few redundancies, clear communication, enhanced care coordination, and improved outcomes for all stakeholders. 

Global healthcare interoperable solutions market was valued US $3,570.12MM in 2022 and is expected to reach US $9,410.05MM by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 12.88% during the forecast period 2023-2030.

COVID -19 Impact

The COVID -19 pandemic brought a significant disruption to healthcare systems globally. This impacted the healthcare interoperable solutions profoundly. These solutions helped healthcare settings in multiple ways. For instance, these interoperable solutions fulfilled the urgent need for real-time data sharing and collaboration to respond effectively to the rapidly evolving situations.

Further, with the COVID-19 outbreak, there was widespread shift towards telehealth and remote patient monitoring. Interoperable solutions played a crucial role in enabling virtual consultations between patients and healthcare providers. This not only resulted in reducing the risk of infection for both parties but also resulted in instant care. It is because remote monitoring solutions, along with electronic health records (EHRs), allowed healthcare providers to track patients' health remotely, ensuring timely interventions whenever necessary.

Interoperable solutions also played an imperative role in research efforts and vaccine distribution related to COVID-19. It was through data-sharing platforms only that the researchers worldwide to collaborate and share vital information, leading to faster advancements in understanding the virus and potential treatment options. Moreover, interoperable systems facilitated efficient vaccine distribution, enabling healthcare providers to monitor vaccine inventory and ensure timely administration.

In conclusion, the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted healthcare interoperable solutions. The crisis accelerated their adoption, emphasized their role in supporting telehealth and remote patient monitoring, enabled effective data exchange for surveillance and research, and facilitated vaccine distribution. However, challenges in standardization and data security were evident. The lessons from the pandemic are likely to shape the future of healthcare interoperability, with increased emphasis on preparedness and resilience in the face of future health crises.

Factors Driving the Market


Rising Focus Towards Patient-Centered Care

Patient-centered care emphasizes the importance of tailoring healthcare services to meet individual patient needs, preferences, and values. Interoperable solutions play a crucial role in supporting this approach by enabling seamless information sharing and coordination among healthcare providers, leading to several key benefits such as comprehensive patient data access, care coordination shared decision-making, and reduced medical errors etc. 

For instance, in case of comprehensive patient data access, interoperable systems allow healthcare providers to access a patient's complete medical history, including past diagnoses, treatments, and medication records. This comprehensive view enables a more accurate understanding of the patient's health status, supporting personalized treatment plans. Further, interoperable solutions facilitate smooth data exchange between different providers and care settings, ensuring care teams are well-informed and can work together cohesively resulting in extensive care coordination. Also, with access to real-time patient data, healthcare providers can involve patients in their care decisions. Interoperable solutions enable patients to review their health information, lab results, and treatment options, empowering them to actively participate in their healthcare journey. Last but not the least, the risk of medical errors due to incomplete or inaccurate patient information can be avoided or minimized with the interoperability solutions. This happens because healthcare professionals can have access to up-to-date records while using interoperable solutions and thus can take better-informed decisions, reducing adverse events.  

Thus, as healthcare continues to shift towards patient-centered care models, and healthcare interoperable solutions help in achieving this goal, the demand for these solutions will continue to grow in coming years.

Other drivers include: Increasing government regulations and incentives, Increasing demand for cost and operational efficient solutions for improved healthcare, and Rising adoption of HER.


Privacy and Security Concerns

Interoperability involves sharing sensitive patient health information across different healthcare entities, making it essential to address the privacy and security issues such as data breaches and unauthorized access, data integrity and accuracy, and identity management and patient matching etc.

Interoperable systems create more entry points for potential attackers to breach sensitive patient data. Cybercriminals may gain unauthorized access to patient data by exploiting vulnerabilities and then sell or misuse these records for financial benefit, thus compromising on patient confidentiality, financial penalties for non-compliance, loss of trust in healthcare providers, and potential legal actions.

Interoperable systems, sometimes, may also fail in ensuring data integrity and accuracy. It is because data in healthcare settings travels across various platforms and systems and errors in data transmission or manipulation can lead to incorrect diagnoses or treatments. Inaccurate patient data can result in inappropriate treatments, medical errors, and compromised patient safety.  

A multi-layered approach is required to address these privacy and security concerns including implementation of strong data encryption methods, using secure authentication methods and access controls, and ensuring continuous or regular security audits. In addition, healthcare organizations and providers must adhere to industry law, standards and regulations to confirm healthcare data is securely managed, stored, and used. One such organization is Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) in the U.S. It is a federal law requiring the creation of national standards to protect sensitive patient health information from being disclosed without the knowledge or consent of the patient. Further, the organization must also conduct training of their employees on best practices for maintaining data privacy and security so that the patient data is not compromised at any stage. By prioritizing privacy and security in healthcare interoperable solutions, the full benefits of interoperability can be realized while safeguarding sensitive patient information and maintaining their trust, until then this remains one of the critical challenges in the growth of the market.

Other challenges include: High cost and complexity involved, Shortage of skilled healthcare professionals, and Healthcare end-users still using legacy systems.


Standardization and Adoption of FHIR

FHIR is a Health Level Seven International (HL7) standard for exchanging health care information electronically. EHRs represent patient data in different ways (e.g., medications, encounters) and FHIR provides a means for representing and sharing information among clinicians and organizations in a standard way regardless of the ways local EHRs represent or store the data. FHIR combines the best features of previous standards into a common specification, while being flexible enough to meet the needs of a wide variety of use cases within the health care ecosystem. FHIR focuses on implementation and uses the latest web technologies to aid rapid adoption. Benefits of FHIR includes:

  • Provides faster, real-time access to quality data
  • Promotes interoperability
    • Aligns data exchange requirements for quality measurement and reporting with interoperability standards used in other health care exchange methods
    • Allows for additional quality data exchange methods
  • Reduces burden for reporting quality measures
    • Aligns CMS eCQM reporting with industry clinical data exchange framework, reducing implementation burden
    • Enables automated data retrieval from EHRs and submissions of quality data through use of standards-based APIs
  • Improves alignment between eCQMs and clinical decision support
    • Both use a common FHIR data model (FHIR QI-Core)
  • Reduces effort to implement new measures
    • Simplifies data mapping to a single FHIR mapping vs. mapping to HQMF and QRDA

FHIR is gaining significant traction in the healthcare industry due to its unique approach to data sharing and the benefits it offers to healthcare organizations, thus increasing the adoption of healthcare interoperability solution and thereby benefiting the market positively.

Other trends include: Increasing use of APIs to enable data exchange, Rising availability of cloud-based solutions, and Increasing partnerships to accelerate healthcare data interoperability.

Market Segmentation

By Type

  • The services segment dominated the market in 2022 and will continue to be the major market share contributor during the forecast period.

By type, the market is divided into services and software solutions. The software solutions segment is further divided into HER, lab system, imaging, health information exchange, and enterprises.
The services segment dominated the market in 2022 with the market share of 57.17% and will continue to be the major market share contributor during the forecast period. The service segment of healthcare interoperable solutions is high in demand for several reasons, as it plays a crucial role in supporting the successful implementation, integration, and maintenance of interoperable systems. Service providers play a crucial role in enabling healthcare organizations to navigate the complexities of interoperability and achieve efficient and effective data exchange for improved patient care and outcomes.

By Interoperability level

  • The structural segment dominated the healthcare interoperability solutions market in 2022.
  • The semantic segment will be the fastest growing segment during the forecast period with the CAGR of 14.18%.

The interoperability level is divided into foundational, structural, and semantic segment.
In 2022, the structural segment dominated the healthcare interoperability solutions market. The structural segment of healthcare interoperable solutions is high in demand because it addresses a critical aspect of interoperability: the ability to exchange and interpret data between different healthcare systems and applications. Structural interoperability focuses on the format and syntax of data exchange, ensuring that information can be shared accurately and consistently across disparate systems. By enabling standardized data formats and seamless communication, structural interoperability lays the foundation for efficient and effective healthcare information exchange, leading to improved patient care and better healthcare outcomes.

However, the semantic segment is expected to witness the highest CAGR of 14.18% during the forecast period. It is because beside addressing a critical aspect of interoperability: the ability to accurately interpret and understand the meaning of exchanged data, it goes beyond the structural level (data format and syntax) and focuses on the semantics or meaning of the data, allowing different healthcare systems to share and comprehend information consistently. By ensuring accurate and contextually relevant data exchange, semantic interoperability empowers healthcare providers with more comprehensive insights, supports advanced healthcare use cases, and enhances patient care coordination, research, and population health management.

By Deployment

  • The cloud-based segment dominated the market in 2022 and will continue to dominate it during the forecast period with a CAGR of 13.57%.

By deployment, the market is divided into cloud-based and on-premises.
The cloud-based segment dominated the market in 2022 with the market share of 55.11% and will continue to dominate it during the forecast period with a CAGR of 13.57%. Many healthcare organizations are increasingly embracing cloud-based solutions due to benefits provided such as cost-effectiveness, flexibility, and ability of the cloud-based solutions to streamline interoperability across different systems and locations.  

By End-users

  • The healthcare provider segment dominated the market in 2022 and will continue to be a major shareholder in 2030.

By end-users, the global healthcare interoperability solutions market can be divided into healthcare providers, healthcare payers, and pharmacies. The healthcare providers can be further divided into hospitals, medical laboratories, outpatients clinics, long-term care facilities, home healthcare providers and others.
The healthcare provider segment dominated the market in 2022 with the market share of 43.53% and will continue to dominate the market and reach a market share of 45.65% by 2030. The healthcare providers are the backbone of healthcare ecosystem and thus are responsible for diagnosing, treating, and managing patients' health. In this process, the interoperable solutions enable healthcare providers to access, share, and exchange critical patient information seamlessly across different healthcare systems and settings. Using interoperable solutions highly improves the quality and efficiency of healthcare services as it addresses key challenges, such as fragmented patient data, inefficient care coordination, and redundant data entry etc. Furthermore, interoperable solutions foster collaboration among care teams, specialists, and other healthcare stakeholders, facilitating multidisciplinary care approaches and streamlined communication. As a result, healthcare providers were the primary drivers of the demand for healthcare interoperable solutions in 2022 and will remain the same during the forecast period.

By Regions

  • The North America region dominated the healthcare interoperability solutions market in 2022.
  • The APAC region will be the fastest growing region during the forecast period with the CAGR of 14.49%.

By region, the market is divided into North America, Europe, APAC, and Others. Others is further divided into Middle Eastern and South America.

The North America led the market in 2022 with the market share of 35.89% owing to factors such as the region has a well-developed healthcare infrastructure and a high adoption rate of digital health technologies. This has created a greater need for interoperable solutions that can seamlessly integrate various healthcare systems, ensuring efficient data exchange and improved patient care.

However, the APAC is the fastest growing market with the CAGR of 14.49% during the forecast period. It is because many APAC countries are experiencing rapid economic growth and increased investments in their healthcare sectors. As healthcare facilities and digital health adoption expand in the region, the need for interoperable solutions becomes more apparent to enable seamless data exchange and health information sharing, thus benefiting the market positively.

Competitive Landscape

The global healthcare interoperable solution market is highly fragmented with the presence of several large to small and medium-sized players. This fragmentation contributes to a moderately competitive landscape within the market and as a result, companies are continuously working towards diversifying product portfolio, improving product functionality, easing implementation, competitive pricing, better customer support, and industry-specific expertise to gain a competitive edge.

Recent Developments

  • May 2023: InterSystems, launched HealthShare® Health Connect Cloud™, a high-performance healthcare integration engine, in AWS Marketplace. HealthShare Health Connect Cloud is a scalable solution, serving the needs of healthcare delivery systems of all sizes – from small clinics to the world's largest and most complex systems.
  • April 2023: Microsoft and Epic expand strategic collaboration with integration of azure OpenAI service. This co-innovation is focused on delivering a comprehensive array of generative AI powered solutions integrated with Epic’s EHR to increase productivity, enhance patient care and improve financial integrity of health systems globally. 
  • February 2023: King’s College Hospital London – Dubai selects Oracle Cerner and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to provide EMR solutions for better healthcare outcomes.
  • February 2023: Google Cloud, Redox team up to accelerate data interoperability for health plans, providers and digital health startups
  • January 2023: Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc. has changed its name to Veradigm Inc. Allscripts had been transitioning its solutions to the Veradigm brand during 2022, and Allscripts will now formally be known as Veradigm.

Healthcare Interoperability Solutions Market Scope

Report Components Details
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Forecast Period

2023 – 2030

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Revenue in US $ 

  • Rising focus towards patient-centered care
  • Increasing government regulations and incentives
  • Increasing demand for cost and operational efficient solutions for improved healthcare
  • Rising adoption of EHR 
  • Privacy and security concerns
  • High cost and complexity involved
  • Shortage of skilled healthcare professionals
  • Healthcare end-users still using legacy systems
  • Standardization and Adoption of FHIR
  • Increasing use of APIs to enable data exchange
  • Rising availability of cloud-based solutions
  • Increasing partnerships to accelerate healthcare data interoperability

Table of Contents


1.1 Overview of the Market

1.2 Scope of Report

1.3 Assumptions





3.1 Data Mining

3.2 Validation

3.3 Primary Interviews

3.4 List of Data Sources



4.1 Overview

4.2 Market Dynamics

4.2.1 Drivers

4.2.2 Restraints

4.2.3 Opportunities

4.3 Porters Five Force Model

4.3.1. Bargaining Power of Suppliers

4.3.2. Threat of New Entrants

4.3.3. Threat of Substitutes

4.3.4. Competitive Rivalry

4.3.5. Bargaining Power among Buyers

4.4 Value Chain Analysis



5.1 Overview

5.2 Software

5.3 Services


6.1 Foundational

6.2 Structural

6.3 Semantic


7.1 Cloud-based

7.2 On-premise


8.1 Healthcare Providers

8.2 Healthcare Payers

8.3 Pharmacies


9.1 North America

9.1.1 U.S.

9.1.2 Canada

9.2 Europe

9.2.1 Germany

9.2.3 U.K.

9.2.4 France

9.2.5 Rest of Europe

9.3 Asia Pacific

9.3.1 China

9.3.2 Japan

9.3.3 India

9.3.4 South Korea

9.3.5 Singapore

9.3.6 Malaysia

9.3.7 Australia

9.3.8 Thailand

9.3.9 Indonesia

9.3.10 Philippines

9.3.11 Rest of Asia Pacific

9.4 Others

9.4.1 Saudi Arabia

9.4.2 U.A.E.

9.4.3 South Africa

9.4.4 Egypt

9.4.5 Israel

9.4.6 Rest of Middle East and Africa (MEA)

9.4.7 Brazil

9.4.8 Argentina

9.4.9 Mexico

9.4.10 Rest of South America



10.1 Oracle Health

10.1.1. Company Overview

10.1.2. Key Executives

10.1.3. Operating Business Segments

10.1.4. Product Portfolio

10.1.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.1.6 Key News


10.2 Epic Systems Corporation

10.2.1. Company Overview

10.2.2. Key Executives

10.2.3. Operating Business Segments

10.2.4. Product Portfolio

10.2.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.2.6. Key News


10.3 InterSystems Corporation

10.3.1. Company Overview

10.3.2. Key Executives

10.3.3. Operating Business Segments

10.3.4. Product Portfolio

10.3.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.3.6. Key News


10.4 Infor, Inc.

10.4.1. Company Overview

10.4.2. Key Executives

10.4.3. Operating Business Segments

10.4.4. Product Portfolio

10.4.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.4.6. Key News


10.5 NextGen Healthcare, Inc.

10.5.1. Company Overview

10.5.2. Key Executives

10.5.3. Operating Business Segments

10.5.4. Product Portfolio

10.5.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.5.6. Key News


10.6 Koninklijke Philips N.V.

10.6.1. Company Overview

10.6.2. Key Executives

10.6.3. Operating Business Segments

10.6.4. Product Portfolio

10.6.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.6.6. Key News


10.7 Change Healthcare

10.7.1. Company Overview

10.7.2. Key Executives

10.7.3. Operating Business Segments

10.7.4. Product Portfolio

10.7.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.7.6. Key News


10.8 Veradigm LLC

10.8.1. Company Overview

10.8.2. Key Executives

10.8.3. Operating Business Segments

10.8.4. Product Portfolio

10.8.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.8.6. Key News


10.9 Orion Health

10.9.1. Company Overview

10.9.2. Key Executives

10.9.3. Operating Business Segments

10.9.4. Product Portfolio

10.9.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.9.6. Key News


10.10 Capgemini SE  

10.10.1. Company Overview

10.10.2. Key Executives

10.10.3. Operating Business Segments

10.10.4. Product Portfolio

10.10.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.10.6. Key News


10.11 HCL Technologies Ltd.  

10.11.1. Company Overview

10.11.2. Key Executives

10.11.3. Operating Business Segments

10.11.4. Product Portfolio

10.11.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.11.6. Key News


10.12 Infosys Ltd.

10.12.1. Company Overview

10.12.2. Key Executives

10.12.3. Operating Business Segments

10.12.4. Product Portfolio

10.12.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.12.6. Key News


10.13 Jitterbit

10.13.1. Company Overview

10.13.2. Key Executives

10.13.3. Operating Business Segments

10.13.4. Product Portfolio

10.13.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.13.6. Key News


10.14 IBM Corporation

10.14.1. Company Overview

10.14.2. Key Executives

10.14.3. Operating Business Segments

10.14.4. Product Portfolio

10.14.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.14.6. Key News


10.15 Medical Information Technology, Inc.

10.15.1. Company Overview

10.15.2. Key Executives

10.15.3. Operating Business Segments

10.15.4. Product Portfolio

10.15.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.15.6. Key News



10.16.1. Company Overview

10.16.2. Key Executives

10.16.3. Operating Business Segments

10.16.4. Product Portfolio

10.16.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.16.6. Key News


10.17 OSP Labs

10.17.1. Company Overview

10.17.2. Key Executives

10.17.3. Operating Business Segments

10.17.4. Product Portfolio

10.17.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.17.6. Key News


10.18 ViSolve, Inc.

10.18.1. Company Overview

10.18.2. Key Executives

10.18.3. Operating Business Segments

10.18.4. Product Portfolio

10.18.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.18.6. Key News


10.19 Virtusa Corporation

10.19.1. Company Overview

10.19.2. Key Executives

10.19.3. Operating Business Segments

10.19.4. Product Portfolio

10.19.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.19.6. Key News


10.20 Onyx Technology LLC

10.20.1. Company Overview

10.20.2. Key Executives

10.20.3. Operating Business Segments

10.20.4. Product Portfolio

10.20.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.20.6. Key News


10.21 Consensus Cloud Solutions Inc.

10.21.1. Company Overview

10.21.2. Key Executives

10.21.3. Operating Business Segments

10.21.4. Product Portfolio

10.21.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.21.6. Key News


10.22 MphRx 

10.22.1. Company Overview

10.22.2. Key Executives

10.22.3. Operating Business Segments

10.22.4. Product Portfolio

10.22.5. Financial Performance (As per availability)

10.22.6. Key News





Global Healthcare Interoperability Solutions Market Segmentation

Healthcare Interoperability Solutions by Type: Market Size & Forecast 2023-2030

  • Services
  • Software

Healthcare Interoperability Solutions by Interoperability level: Market Size & Forecast 2023-2030

  • Foundational
  • Structural
  • Semantic

Healthcare Interoperability Solutions By deployment: Market Size & Forecast 2023-2030

  • Cloud-based
  • On-premise

Healthcare Interoperability Solutions By end-users: Market Size & Forecast 2023-2030

  • Healthcare providers
  • Healthcare payers
  • Pharmacies

Healthcare Interoperability Solutions by Geography: Market Size & Forecast 2023-2030

  • North America (USA, Canada, Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, UK, France, Russia, Italy, Rest of Europe)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, South Korea, India, Southeast Asia, Rest of Asia-Pacific)
  • South America (Brazil, Argentina, Columbia, Rest of South America)
  • Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria, South Africa, Rest of MEA)

Major Players:

  • Cerner Corporation
  • Epic Systems Corporation
  • McKesson Corporation
  • Athenahealth, Inc.
  • Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc.
  • GE Healthcare
  • Siemens Healthineers AG
  • Philips Healthcare
  • Infor, Inc.
  • IBM Corporation (Watson Health)
  • Oracle Corporation
  • eClinicalWorks
  • NextGen Healthcare, Inc.
  • InterSystems Corporation
  • Change Healthcare
  • Netsmart Technologies, Inc.
  • Optum, Inc.
  • Greenway Health, LLC
  • Experian Health
  • Surescripts
  • Lumeris
  • Redox, Inc.
  • Sansoro Health
  • OneRecord
  • CyberArk Software Ltd.
  • F-Secure Corporation
  • Rapid7, Inc.
  • Proofpoint, Inc.
  • Darktrace Ltd.
  • Akamai Technologies, Inc.
  • Carbon Black, Inc.
  • Juniper Networks, Inc.
  • Splunk Inc.
  • Zscaler, Inc.
  • SecureWorks, Inc.

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