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:
FRISCO, Texas, July 30, 2019 — Corepoint Health, a leading provider in healthcare integration and interoperability, announced today its newest solution, Corepoint One. This is the company’s first solution launch since merging with Rhapsody in early July.
In today’s connected healthcare environment, the role of an interface engine should enable faster deployment times of high quality interfaces by IT professionals with a wide range of skill sets. With healthcare data flowing through it, an integration engine should ease connections to remote care facilities (e.g., physician practices, labs, radiology centers, etc.), leverage the data to improve operations, allow the adoption and implementation of new technology that improves workflows for caregivers, and uses data to connect patients to their care.
To facilitate communication between two healthcare applications, a modest interface includes:
is the most widely used data standard to facilitate the communication between two or more clinical applications. The prime benefit is that HL7 simplifies the implementation of interfaces and reduces the need for custom interfaces.
The HL7 FHIR Primer will help you plan a modern, integrated healthcare IT environment.
This white paper provides an in-depth look at how FHIR will change the future of health data exchange, including:
Gain a better understanding of the potential APIs have to transform how data is exchanged throughout the industry. API access to databases allow outside applications access to patient data at the source of truth, permitting new methods to interact with the data that offer exciting opportunities for interoperability
This white paper details how providers can leverage API integration to reap the benefits of APIs alongside , which, when used together, will standardize API data exchange across the industry.
This white paper serves as an educational resource to healthcare providers and technology staff about APIs, and covers the following topics:
The healthcare industry is shifting towards value-based care models, but how we measure value is still stuck in the past. Over the last few decades, healthcare has built up a preponderance of process measures, but remains lacking in effective outcomes measures. Despite widespread adoption of EHRs and the technology needed to make data interoperable, most health systems still fare poorly at measuring anything that happens after the patient leaves their facilities.