Lyniate Team

Corepoint Health Announces New Turnkey Interoperability Solution

February 10, 2020

Corepoint One Marks First Solution Launch Since Rhapsody Merger; Represents Continued Innovation, Commitment to Client Base

Corepoint Health, a leading provider in healthcare integration and interoperability, announced today its newest solution, Corepoint One. This is the company’s first solution launch since merging with Rhapsody in early July.

Corepoint One is a cloud-based, all-in-one solution, completely managed by Corepoint Health’s team of integration experts. The comprehensive Corepoint One solution is powered by the company’s award-winning integration engine and comes with all the necessary hardware and infrastructure, supporting applications, and production and test environments. It also comes with services including interface development, infrastructure management, application maintenance, optimization, and 24/7 monitoring and support.

CQuentia has already recognized the benefits of Corepoint One. “As an industry leader in providing pharmacogenetic results to major institutional health systems, CQuentia recognized Corepoint Health’s software is commonly utilized by organizations seeking greater connectivity. Corepoint One expedited our transition from contract to connection, allowing us to forgo the typical process of infrastructure selection, hardening, testing, and deployment,” said Floyd Russell, CQuentia CTO. “Long term, we see Corepoint One helping CQuentia to scale without incurring the traditional scaling overhead. By allowing Corepoint’s team to utilize their expertise in the integration space, we are able to focus on client needs and deliverables without divesting resources for the integration infrastructure, setup, troubleshooting, or maintenance of our connections.”

Data shows that healthcare organizations are migrating more operations and infrastructure — including databases, applications, and services — to the cloud. According to an industry forecast by MarketsandMarkets, the global healthcare cloud computing market is expected to reach $44.93 billion by 2023 from $19.46 billion in 2018. While Corepoint One is not the first version of Corepoint Integration Engine deployed in the cloud, it is the first instance with a managed service offering attached.

“Interoperability continues to be one of the biggest operational burdens for healthcare organizations today,” said Dave Shaver, Rhapsody and Corepoint Health CTO. “Corepoint One includes all the power and capabilities of Corepoint Integration Engine, deployed in the cloud, with our team taking on the responsibility of building interfaces, and managing emerging regulation requirements, demand overload, scalability roadblocks, and resource limitations. This managed service allows our clients to be more agile and responsive to changes in the industry and to focus on care improvement without getting sidetracked by day-to-day interface development and operation.”

“At the heart of Corepoint Health is a commitment to deliver an unmatched customer experience to our clients with the highest level of integrity,” said Sonal Patel, Vice President of Client Services. “Corepoint One allows us to extend our industry-recognized support even further to serve our customers.”

To learn more about Corepoint One, visit

Related Blogs

Lyniate Team

Lyniate Names Scott Galbari President  

Leading Interoperability Provider Also Welcomes Mikael Andén as Executive Vice President of Sales

Read more
Lyniate Corepoint as a Service

Lyniate Team

Lyniate Launches New Cloud Deployment Option for Market Leading Corepoint Integration Engine  

Company also Receives ISO 27001 Information Security Certification for all Products 

Read more

Lyniate Team

Epic Selects Lyniate for Integration within the Epic Garden Plot Offering

Read more