Enhance data exchange and sharing with HealthData Integrator™.
As the healthcare industry continues to strive for broader interoperability, the importance of data integration projects for delivery connectedness in the form of data exchange and sharing is instrumental. Interoperability’s goal is to coordinate the cooperative use of data across the care continuum to tell a patient’s full health history.
An active archive like HealthData Archiver® or HealthData AR Manager™ can help your organization deliver on interoperability goals and ensure your inventory of legacy data applications is consolidated, secured, accessible and usable. With data from multiple data sources or domains consolidated to a single archive, some of these and other use cases become readily available:
Link historical patient records to the enterprise
master patient index (EMPI).
Use criteria to match historical person ID to the
go-forward EHR, using a form of HL7 to merge and
unmerge records as needed.
Seamlessly authenticate, in patient-context, from
most major EMR brands to HealthData Archiver®.
Pre-define reports as part of the data storage
planning process. Connect an ODBC/JDBC
reporting, analytics or business intelligence tool.
Export legacy data from the archive and share it to
applications, data warehouses, APIs, dashboard/
visualization tools, HIEs, research teams and more.
Ensure archived data is monitored for unusual
activity and compliance through an integrated
third-party monitoring platform.
Guide and inform your plan with
the industry leaders.
At Harmony Healthcare IT, we not only extract data, but migrate, consolidate and retain it so that it may be enabled. Our HealthData Platform™ is a service and software platform integrating healthcare data whether it is legacy or active data. Our integration services are made possible through interoperability standards in healthcare.
Our team has worked with many unique software brands to achieve the goals of complex data migration, archival or integration projects. The exchange of health data must be secure. That’s why Harmony Healthcare IT maintains HIPAA-compliance and HITRUST certification to ensure that health data is protected both at rest and in transit.
Healthcare data integration standards provide a common language for information to be ingested and made sense of regardless of its source system. With standards in place to guide the “what” and “how” of data movement, a variety of healthcare integration use cases may be addressed. The benefits of these use cases can be seen throughout the entirety of healthcare organizations.
Common health data standards include USCDI, HL7, FHIR, C-CDA, XML and Direct.
APIs further enable interoperability in healthcare through clearly defining the calls, requests, formats and conventions that help software applications to build on the functionality of one another. Our developers work collaboratively with APIs of leading health IT vendors to ensure the secure exchange and accessibility of data.