Lyniate Team

FHIR R4, Action List Debugger Top List of Enhancements in Corepoint 7.3

February 24, 2020

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Earlier this month, we launched Corepoint 7.3. This new version of our #1 Best in KLAS® integration engine continues our commitment to providing interface engineers and analysts with comprehensive and proficient solutions. We aim to instill confidence in users as they satisfy their interoperability needs.

Two key themes guided our efforts:

  • Driving efficiencies and performance in the product
  • Extending our interoperability capabilities

Users will notice native support for FHIR R4 (Release 4). This was a no-brainer for us, as FHIR R4 is a significant milestone in the advancement of modern interoperability standards. The promise of R4’s normative resources is the catalyst of a stable baseline for FHIR and the fuel to drive broad participation in healthcare’s interoperability ecosystem.

Our users overwhelmingly requested a debugger for Corepoint Action Lists. You asked, and we delivered. We expanded our toolkit with our new Action List Debugger. In typical Corepoint fashion, we aimed to keep this tool effective and simple. Our Action List Debugger enables users to step through their Action Lists, line-by-line, and examine specific areas of behavior with ease.

✓ Ongoing support for advanced standards? Check.

✓ Performance improvements? Check.

✓ Expanded toolkit for interface developers? Check.

And there’s more. These are only a few of the capabilities and enhancements that Corepoint 7.3 pulls together.

To learn more about the latest version of Corepoint and what it can do for you, click here!

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