To achieve meaningful interoperability, now and in the future, healthcare organizations across the country are having to rethink the way they approach clinical data exchange.
Produced in partnership with HIMSS Media, this white paper features the perspectives of three healthcare executives:
You learn a lot about a company when you have to interact with their customer support. You quickly learn how well they live up to their claims of being on your side and their ability to deliver on the promises they made when trying to land your business. Do the right thing for our customer. That’s the philosophy upon which Corepoint was built.
To leverage cloud and mobile technologies, healthcare organizations should consider replacing their older integration platforms. By doing this, they can avoid relying on developers with knowledge of specialized algorithmic programming languages (e.g., Monk) and eliminate the need to support platforms that have been discontinued, are no longer supported, or don’t support contemporary integration requirements. Based on Rhapsody’s extensive experience in migrating customers from legacy engines, this white paper describes a five-step approach to realizing this goal.
Definitions and Acronyms
Immunization Registries (a.k.a., Immunization Information Systems, IIS)
Contain consolidated immunization data in a centralized information system. Data are sent by clinicians that administer immunizations, and are queried by clinicians prior to the administration of vaccine. Many are housed within jurisdiction specific public health agencies, but efforts are underway to allow cross-border query of systems to improve population health and ensure complete vaccine coverage, particularly for children.