IUC18 is in the books! On behalf of all of us at iNTERFACEWARE, we’d like to thank everyone who took time out of their busy schedules to join us in Chicago this year for our 6th annual Iguana User Conference. A special thanks to our guest speaker, Robert A. Nieto from The University of Texas […]
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 […]
Here at iNTERFACEWARE, continuous innovation and improvement are central to our core beliefs. As a result, we are excited to announce the release of Iguana 6.1! This latest release of Iguana improves upon a key consideration for any healthcare organization, no matter what size: security. We can say with the utmost confidence that Iguana 6.1 […]
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.
With sensitive information flowing through your integration engine every day, I shouldn’t need to convince you how important security is. Here are some best practices for integration engine security.
In part 2 of our blog series on MACRA, we shift our attention to hospitals and answer the question: why should hospital executives care about MACRA?
Part one of our blog series, focuses on the the impact that MACRA will have & how an integration engine can lead to higher reimbursements for services.
Learn why implementing a High Availability solution is essential to your healthcare integration projects.
Healthcare’s current multi-standard environment is challenging to say the least. But, the harsh reality is that it’s not going to change.