Lyniate Team

Migrating EHRs: Harness the Power of an Integration Engine

April 25, 2017

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Migrating to a new EHR is a time-intensive process that often involves rewriting old interfaces, building new interfaces, and updating existing workflows. During the migration, interface developers will face tight deadlines and/or be faced with project delays. The implementation of a modern integration engine prior to an EHR migration can enables providers to accomplish the migration with increased efficiency. The resource-heavy nature of a migration makes the preparation process an excellent time to search for the best solution.

In assisting with EHR migrations to and from every top vendor, Corepoint Health has developed an advanced knowledge of the process. Corepoint Integration Engine offers a scalable platform which can be used effectively by developers, analysts, and engineers alike with varying degrees of experience and programming knowledge. To learn more about migrating to a specific EHR, you can view our resource pages covering Epic, Cerner, and MEDITECH.

An excerpt from a blog Q&A with West Jefferson Medical Center about their existing migration to Epic, and the role Corepoint Integration will play:

“In addition, the engine gives us such great flexibility to stand up these connections, and our partnership with Corepoint is fantastic, with wonderful support. When we need a new connection only for a short amount of time, we’re always able to get those implemented extremely fast. That really helps us out.

The transition will start with using Epic as our core, bringing those interfaces from Epic into Corepoint, then figuring out what we can consolidate.”

Read the full West Jefferson Medical Center case study.

Corepoint Health customers have spoken about the positive impact Corepoint Integration Engine’s features and abilities have had on their EHR migrations, including:

  • Accelerated testing and deployment with advanced troubleshooting tools. Identify problem messages, experiment with solutions, and test your logic.
  • Accessible engine status views with visual interface monitoring.
  • Seamless and native High-Availability and Disaster Recovery options

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