As the world continues to deal with an unprecedented health crisis, it has become essential that healthcare providers, vendors, and systems seamlessly share data to deliver coordinated, cost-effective care. Rhapsody 6.6 represents Lyniate’s commitment to enabling organizations to meet evolving healthcare needs, whether regulatory changes or crisis response, both now and in the future.
Lyniate continues to advocate for the advancement of healthcare standards with the support of FHIR® R4 and R5 (pre-release). The first normative version of FHIR® assures users their solutions will continue to work the standard as it evolves. It eliminates the need to revise their FHIR solutions or rewrite code, saving time and potential errors.
Within any healthcare environment it is essential that interoperability solutions and their interfaces are both effective and error free. To ensure this, users need the right tools to efficiently test engine configurations and guarantee their effectiveness. Rhapsody 6.6 features automated end-to-end route testing to make testing even easier, saving time and errors.
To make FHIR® integration as seamless as possible, Mapper filter definitions can now accept the official FHIR® JSON schema. This allows you to create mappings between EDI, XML and JSON FHIR resources, giving you the freedom and control to implement your FHIR mapping your way.
In Rhapsody 6.6 we have continued to work on high-DPI compatibility and have implemented a new route view and revamped numerous dialogs to render on high-DPI monitors. User management reports and Rhapsody Messaging Toolkit icons have received a high-DPI facelift and user interactions on the workspace window have also been improved. This makes creating, finding, starting and stopping components even easier.