The report`s authors also note that many public investment fund fellows have legislated to promote participation in EEs, the introduction of electronic health records (EHRs), or both. While not all of these challenges have been resolved, there are now more AE capabilities than before the program, as well as a way to increase data liquidity, both for exchange and interoperability. The Cooperation Agreement between Member States programme funds States` efforts to rapidly develop capacities for the exchange of health care information throughout the health system, both within and between States. Winners have a responsibility to increase connectivity and enable a patient-centric flow of information to improve the quality and efficiency of care. .