First Product Update Under New Brand Demonstrates Continued Focus on Enhancing Product lines and Listening to Customers; New Features Include FHIR V4 R4 Support, Automated Debugging Functionality, and User Experience Enhancements
Lyniate, a global leader in healthcare data interoperability, today announced the release of Corepoint 7.3 – an update to the company’s Best in KLAS integration engine for 11 consecutive years – which delivers enhanced workflow efficiencies, while also keeping pace with the advancement of interoperability standards. This update is the first under the Lyniate brand and signifies the company’s continued commitment to improving and developing its products.
Corepoint 7.3 reaffirms Lyniate’s commitment to customer-driven product improvements and updates and builds upon its reputation for being Best in KLAS and addressing some of healthcare’s greatest interoperability complexities. Specifically, the update includes an enhanced focus on providing advanced native support for HL7 FHIR R4. The update also includes customer-driven features like the enhancement of Corepoint Community Exchange and increased efficiencies for debugging and testing interface solutions.
The improved 7.3 version will not only offer the same dynamic features as before, but it will also add support for the new version of HL 7 FHIR, enhanced workflows, more straightforward troubleshooting, and improved user experience. The most significant updates made to the 7.3 update include:
- Enhanced HL7 FHIR R4 V4 Support: The company continues to encourage the advancement of healthcare standards with support for the latest version of FHIR. This is the first “normative” version of the standard, ensuring backward compatibility for all FHIR interfaces. Considered a critical milestone for the standard, backward compatibility ensures that interfaces will not have to be rewritten when new versions of the standard are released, eliminating tedious updates and mitigating the risk of non-conformance.
- Action List Debugger: A result of customer collaboration, the Action List Debugger is a new feature that automatically tracks value changes within an action list, which was previously a manual process. In streamlining the process to be more automated, this feature is more efficient than ever before.
- Corepoint Community Exchange: This feature has been revamped to improve the user experience. Moving away from legacy Flash-based framework, the module has been modernized with HTML5, which is natively supported by all browsers. Featuring the same design as before, but with enhanced technology, users will enjoy the familiar interface now with faster performance and ease of use.
“We are very excited with the launch of our new Lyniate brand, and we want to emphasize to the market that we are continuing to develop and support all of our great products. With Corepoint 7.3 we are making it clear to our customers and partners that we are listening and intend to continue doing so as a means to improving our products and consistently deliver tools that address the evolving needs of the HIT landscape,” said Erkan Akyuz, President and CEO, Lyniate. “We consider the input and perspective of our customers and partners extremely valuable as our dedicated team works to produce products that build powerful connections across the healthcare continuum.”
Corepoint 7.3 is currently available to all Lyniate customers. To learn more about this product update and its benefits, click here.
About Lyniate: Lyniate partners with healthcare organizations around the globe delivering cutting-edge solutions to address interoperability challenges. Our industry-leading products, Corepoint and Rhapsody, are used by thousands of customers to send hundreds of millions of messages every day. Lyniate is committed to delivering the best interoperability solutions for healthcare organizations, from specialty clinics to large networks, from payers to vendors, and everything in between. We’re building the future of interoperability.