Healthcare Integration 15
“The only thing constant in life is change.” – Francoise de la Rochefoucauld 1613 – 1680 Traditionally, upgrading or replacing an interface engine employs the “Test, Switch, Pray” methodology. This means running the new interface engine through a battery of tests to attempt to cover all of the possible use and test cases it may […]
An integration engine (and seriously, let’s stop calling it an interface engine. it does so much more) is an essential piece of healthcare’s technology infrastructure.
Today, during this unprecedented global pandemic we need a highly reliable solution to integrate our data seamlessly.
Part 1 One of the most consequential developments of the pandemic has been the increasing use of virtual care across provider practices all over the world. Telemedicine solutions have allowed millions of individuals to get access to healthcare during a time when in-person consultations are either not possible or are heavily restricted. Uncovering the true […]
Iguana’s strengths have been highlighted during this global pandemic for our worldwide customers. Its ability to efficiently scale interfaces quickly has helped organizations using Iguana all over the world transfer critical data in relation to COVID-19 during these times. Listen to iNTERFACEWARE’s Paul Le, Solutions Architect for a deeper dive, on how Iguana has helped […]
Implementing a modern integration engine can do wonders for improving operational efficiencies in hospitals. Today, more than ever with our current global pandemic we see the need for having more efficient workflow efficiencies. Everything from happier and more productive nurses to higher patient satisfaction and huge costs savings can be accomplished by using an integration […]
Data – it’s everywhere and it’s a “big” deal. While ‘Big Data’ is a catchy buzzword and continues to make the headlines, it’s really ‘Small Data’ that can have the bigger, more immediate impact. Small data is targeted and can be quickly and easily actioned. For hospitals, this small data is already readily available, as […]
There are lots of places where FHIR shows underlying problems in it’s conception. One of the areas is in how to handle database transactions. It’s a big topic of discussion within the FHIR team of how to handle this. I tried to think of a few constructive ways to solve the problem – maybe flattening […]