Corepoint 7.4
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Corepoint 7.4

Enabling Easier Integration

As the global pandemic presses on, healthcare providers are under increased pressure. Squeezed of resources and time, providers must share more data — faster — to meet reporting requirements and to comply with the CMS and ONC mandates.

To help alleviate this pressure, in Corepoint 7.4 we have introduced new features aimed at further improving ease-of-use and boosting efficiencies. The latest version of our #1 in KLAS integration engine enables users to deploy solutions faster while ensuring support for the evolving interoperability landscape and increasing demand for access to health information.

Enhanced Web-Services

Enhanced Web-Services

Web service communication plays a significant role in the interoperability landscape, fueled by the latest CMS and ONC rules as well as the growing adoption of the FHIR standard. In Corepoint 7.4 we have enhanced our web service capabilities to enable users to take advantage of API integrations, like FHIR, and comply with government regulations. These enhancements include better alerting and logging for web service calls, support for real-time responses, and easy management of REST messages with a new HTTP Type Tree.

FHIR Conformance

FHIR Conformance

As part of our ongoing commitment to incorporating advanced interoperability standards, Corepoint 7.4 features support for FHIR conformance statements. These statements are part of the overall conformance framework in FHIR and connect to all the detailed statements of functionality, such as StructureDefinitions and ValueSets. In 7.4, users can import a FHIR Capability Statement resource and surface it to the end-user who is creating a FHIR integration. By ingesting and displaying the trading partner’s FHIR capabilities, users can implement FHIR integrations faster with less rework, errors, and back-and-forth with trading partners.

Standalone Configuration

Standalone Configuration

The Corepoint 7.4 release marks an exciting evolution of the Configuration application by shedding its dependency on the runtime engine. For the first time, Configuration can be deployed in lower-spec development environments without Corepoint Integration Engine or SQL Server. When deployed standalone, Configuration works as a pure Integrated Development Environment (IDE Mode) and offers full interface development functionality, including Action List Tester. With the 7.4 release, we are paving the way for Configuration to enjoy more frequent feature roll outs, reduced installation effort, and lower upgrade risks.

Additional Enhancements

Additional Enhancements

As well as the major features, Corepoint 7.4 has a number of smaller improvements including: 

  • Basic Plus Certificate authentication for REST senders and receivers — Basic credentials can now be provided with certificate authentication for more secure communications.
  • Dynamic Web Service Base Address for SOAP and REST — Users can now specify a different base address dynamically so that messages can be redirected to a server other than the one specified in the endpoint.
  • Batch Processing expansion — The size limit for batch processing has been increased from 2GB to 10 GB for TCPIP, File protocol, and FTP protocol. 

. . . and more including the addition of SQL Server 2019 qualification, command line enrichment, and a right-click menu expansion. 

As always, we recommend you upgrade to version 7.4 to keep your production use of Corepoint Integration Engine current. Please run the Pre-Install Upgrade Checker tool prior to upgrading. The tool, along with recommended steps for upgrading, is available at the link below. To learn about some of the changes to legacy gears in the upcoming Corepoint 7.5 release, read our Corepoint 7.5 Advance Notice here.

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