On this week’s episode of Let’s Talk Integration, our experts here at iNTERFACEWARE engage in a round table discussion on the FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) Specification. Eliot Muir, CEO, Bret Dawson, VP of Product Development, and Richard Wang, VP of Professional Services, explain: What FHIR is The excitement surrounding FHIR Benefits of using this […]
We recently released a case study about the Northern Physicians Organization and their pursuit to improve care coordination to drive high-quality outcomes and reduce the cost of care delivery. “Better coordination of care services between our physicians and other providers is central to our goal of helping our members achieve the Triple Aim objective of […]
In our second entry of our "Enterprise Integration: Considerations for Healthcare" blog series, we talk about performance considerations for integration engines.
Over the course of 20+ years in healthcare integration, we’ve seen a lot of trends in the industry and also with our own customer base. One veritable trend we’ve noticed is that more and more healthcare organizations are using Iguana in an enterprise capacity.
For 20 years iNTERFACEWARE has been a leader in healthcare integration. As standards have evolved, so too has our tooling and support for the latest market trends.
From telemedicine, to e-referrals, to machine learning, iNTERFACEWARE has implemented production ready FHIR solutions worldwide, allowing care providers to use their data more effectively.
Kainos Evolve® and iNTERFACEWARE® extend partnership to accelerate and simplify large-scale healthcare integration projects through the full adoption of FHIR
Toronto / Boston, 20 Feb 2017 – Kainos Group plc (LSE:KNOS) and iNTERFACEWARE have announced their intention to implement the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard as a key component of the Evolve Integrated Care (IC) platform.
Whatever the reason for switching EHR systems, there are three important considerations to bear in mind when making the change.
The 21st Century Cures Act was one of the most significant healthcare bills passed by President Obama, but what does it mean for healthcare interoperability?
High quality healthcare. Low-cost healthcare. Most hospitals in the U.S. pick one, the connected healthcare system in Grand Junction said, “why not both?"