Dallas – March 4, 2015 – Corepoint Health today released a significant update to its industry-leading health data interoperability software, Corepoint Integration Engine. the 6.0 version of the software provides an updated design with key additions that enhance performance and users’ ability to improve data security and to graphically display complex health data workflows in a way other members of the care giving team can easily understand.
Version 6.0 features continue to enhance users’ ability to meet the government’s Meaningful Use requirements and provide valuable features that it staff can use to monitor and to improve security of the organization’s health data. major enhancements include:
Ed Welch, senior integration engineer at Lexington Medical Center in West Columbia, S.C., said the enhancements in Corepoint Integration Engine provide vital information that will help keep patient data current, secure, and accurate for the caregivers, whether it be at their main campus or at any one of their community medical centers and physician offices throughout the region.
“The latest version of Corepoint Integration Engine illustrates why we chose to partner with Corepoint Health – they simply understand the challenges healthcare integration professionals face daily,” Welch said. “they work to provide our team with features that not only make health integration and exchange possible, but their product provides insights that help us fine tune and improve our integration architecture.”
Corepoint Health CEO Phil Guy said demands placed on hospitals and clinics by meaningful use requirements have led many to question industry preparedness to support health data interoperability. from increased message flow to phi tracking, he said the features in the latest version of Corepoint Integration Engine are designed to provide peace of mind to the interface team and a scalable solution that can grow along with expanding healthcare organizations.
“As the stages of meaningful use progress, we listen to our customers carefully to provide tested solutions and features that help them accomplish the important work of exchanging protected health information. our goal is to deliver solutions that can be used daily to simplify the building, maintaining, and modifying of new and existing interfaces while scaling in a cost-effective manner to meet new interoperability demands,” said Guy.