Lyniate Team

FHIR and the Future of Integration Engines

August 16, 2017

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Integration engines allow healthcare organizations to take control of their data and make it interoperable between databases and applications – along with many additional features and functions that make building, monitoring, and managing high quality interfaces easier. Although manual code is sometimes required when building interfaces in Corepoint Integration Engine, the automation and building processes allow for a dramatically improved process that promotes consistency, which benefits other members of the interface team. The FHIR standard aims to further simplify interfacing by using modern RESTful-based web services.

Access our latest FHIR Resources.

With Corepoint, the main goal is allowing interface developers to focus on workflow improvements and clinical data instead of spending time on the technical parts of interface construction. FHIR takes the next logical step and further simplifies the technical components, giving Corepoint users a faster and more streamlined experience.

Watch Corepoint Health CTO Dave Shaver explain FHIR interfacing in more detail:


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