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Interoperability is the faculty of making information systems work together. In this paper we will distinguish a number of different forms that interoperability can take and show how they are realized on a variety of physiological and health care use cases. The last 15 years has seen the rise of very cheap digital storage both on and off site. With the advent of the Internet of Things people's expectations are for greater interconnectivity and seamless interoperability. The potential impactdoi:10.3389/fphys.2015.00152 pmid:26042043 pmcid:PMC4434901 fatcat:s24i6ransjbbfodikluuhme42m