Translate My Data into Other Systems
More than ever, physicians and practice managers have discovered the benefits of digital information. Recognizing the power of discrete data, healthcare IT professionals want to translate that information into a format that is interoperable with other organizations in the industry. That format is currently HL7, moving toward the new FHIR form. Scanning printed reports or manually typing information onto an EMR is cumbersome and inefficient.
Fortunately, there is a much better approach. Properly formatted digital information can be stored, analyzed, and shared for many purposes.
- Sharing information between medical devices
- Importing data into Electronic Medical Records Systems
- Sharing information between practices or reporting to an ACO
- Communicating with a reference lab
- Analyzing data to better serve patient populations
- Identifying and effectively dealing with chronic illness trends
- Integrating patient kiosks and patient portals and other 3rd party products
Taking advantage of digital information requires practices to translate data into the common electronic language of HL7, otherwise known as Health Level 7. Translation offers challenges of its own, with different “flavors” of HL7 to consider.
Most practices do not have the desire or resources to take advantage of the latest technical developments related to Interoperability. A prime example is the trend toward FHIR. Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources is the emerging IT standard for the healthcare industry. It is just one part of the ongoing progression of the digital world in our healthcare industry. Keeping up to date is a daunting task.
That is why physicians, practice managers and IT professionals turn to Ero Health Data Services to improve their processes and gain efficiencies. With over a decade of experience, we have the skill to meet the technical challenges you face.
Contact us to find out how we craft solutions that empower medical organizations to succeed.