Why is healthcare moving interoperability infrastructure to the cloud?

Healthcare delivery organizations want to integrate data across many technology platforms, including on-premises and newer, cloud-based applications. Moving healthcare integrations to the cloud simplifies maintenance and security, while positioning organizations for a technology future that’s cloud-based. Cloud-based applications are subscription-based and convenient for healthcare organizations, with faster installations and smoother upgrades.

Larger trends in healthcare, technology, and consumer behavior are leading healthcare organizations to move to cloud-based data integration.

Fast technology adoption

As healthcare organizations responded to the pandemic, they purchased new cloud-based applications to support telehealth and remote work. 

Digital consumers

Consumers expect to interact digitally with their healthcare providers, with their information staying consistent across the healthcare organization. The result? More data to integrate across a healthcare organization’s many IT systems, including connecting new apps and wearables. 

Competitive edge

A technology labor shortage means that healthcare providers and tech companies must compete and innovate with smaller teams. Efficient, cloud-based technology relieves pressure on IT teams.

How Lyniate supports your move to the cloud

Lyniate’s proven methodology supports a fast, cost-effective, and smooth migration to the cloud. 

  • Methodology created from work with customers across the globe
  • Once deployed in the cloud, Lyniate experts manage the infrastructure
  • Customers benefit from best-in-KLAS® integration engines deployed on AWS

Options for cloud-based deployment

Once healthcare integrations have been migrated to the cloud, they require maintenance and management. New integrations may need to be built. Lyniate customers choose how much integration management they prefer to shoulder. Customers choose the deployment option that best fits their business goals, staffing, and budget. 

Interoperability as a fully managed service 

We deploy on the Lyniate AWS instance, then we manage interface development and infrastructure. 

Read more about Lyniate Envoy

Interoperability as a service

Deployed on the Lyniate AWS instance. Easily accessible so you can do the development work while Lyniate manages the infrastructure.

Read more about Lyniate Corepoint as a service and Rhapsody as a service

Interoperability deployed in a hybrid way to meet your business needs

We meet you where you are to keep your focus on your innovations and initiatives. Lyniate fully manages a portion of your business such as a specific set of integrations to onboard new customers or integrate a new product. 

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Guide

Moving health data integrations to the cloud

A how-to guide for migrating integrations to the cloud without disrupting business as usual

A proven migration strategy from Lyniate will make your move to the cloud smoother, every step of the way

  1. Discover

    Lyniate develops a comprehensive migration plan based on your existing solution workflows, technical requirements, and business goals. We work together to prioritize which interfaces transition to the cloud and to plan all timing and logistics.

  2. Build

    Lyniate builds a cloud environment in AWS, upgrades your environment, and prepares your data for production.

  3. Map

    We plan and test every data mapping, test them to your configuration in a non-production environment, and evaluate mappings completely for connectivity.

  4. Cutover

    We manage a smooth transition from your legacy engine to your cloud-based engine, with attention to detail that avoids any interruption to business operations.

Guide to cloud migrations

How to keep your cloud migration on track

Lyniate applies best practices to keep your migration process timely, straightforward, and cost-effective. We do this by:

  • Working closely with you to prioritize the interfaces to cut over to the cloud.
  • Updating your legacy engine interfaces and sending copies of messages to the cloud engine to compare them. 
  • Ensuring that the output of your legacy engine is turned off, and the cloud interface is configured to send messages directly to downstream systems.
  • Enabling your upstream vendors, routing messages directly to your cloud engine, and then retiring your legacy on-prem interface.
  • Keeping your legacy engine available until the retention period for the last interface elapses.

Start building your solutions today

Connect with one of our interoperability specialists to learn how Lyniate can help you deliver better healthcare.