In today’s changing regulatory environment, management teams at healthcare delivery organizations must consider the growing list of compliance standards when optimizing existing health IT systems and selecting new technology.
Healthcare leaders, including CEOs, CFOs, and billing departments, are challenged to build a technology roadmap optimized for growth and scalability while ensuring each piece of the health IT puzzle can share and exchange patient data efficiently, consistently, and compliantly.
Our Care Connectivity Platform™ and suite of professional services are flexible to accommodate the needs of your healthcare delivery organization as you expand your connections and increase data interactions to enhance EHR productivity.
A Visible Health IT Roadmap
Despite acknowledging the role of digital health in improving healthcare efficiency, more than 50% of healthcare providers do not currently have a health IT roadmap.¹
Standards like HL7, XDS, and DICOM provide the guidelines for interoperability. But without a clear health IT roadmap, most providers can’t optimally utilize these standards to connect disparate systems, a significant consideration when updating legacy technology, deploying new IT systems, or growing through mergers and acquisitions.
eMedApps provides a visible roadmap to scalability, security, and compliance. While some integration engines are too complex and require significant programming expertise, our Care Connectivity Platform and CareBridge™ software make it easy to exchange data between systems using modern messaging standards or whatever message type is needed to connect.
Many healthcare organizations are choosing to use a hosting provider to house their HIT applications. eMedApps’ hosting solutions ensure your systems are secure, fast, and accessible 24/7. With state of the art data centers across the U.S. you can always access your system when and where you need it. And with our CareFinity™ business continuity solution, you can see all your clinical information even if your Internet connection goes down.
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1 Frost & Sullivan. Healthcare and Medical Device Connectivity and Interoperability. April 2015.